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Save the Bees – Wednesday 31st May

Enjoy a buzzy day of children’s crafts at Spetchley Park Gardens.
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Oak Apple Day at The Commandery

A Right Royal Restoration at The Commandery

A weekend of traditional spring festivities at The Commandery will celebrate the restoration of the English monarchy in 1660 for Oak Apple Day.
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Visit Shakespeare’s England this May half-term from 27 May – 4 June for plenty of family fun!

Watch live jousting at Warwick Castle, discover Shakespeare’s scenes and themes through games at the Royal Shakespeare Company, learn how to felt wool at Mary Arden’s Farm, try your hand at quill writing at Shakespeare’s Schoolroom & Guildhall or handle Strawberry Hermit Crabs at Stratford Butterfly Farm! With so much to see and do, there is something for everyone to enjoy and experience this May half term.
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"British Motoring Treasures"- an exciting new exhibition to be hosted at the British Motor Museum

An exciting new exhibition will open on Friday 19 May at the British Motor Museum entitled “British Motoring Treasures: the British Motor Car in Fifty Objects”. The exhibition, which will run until March 2018, will showcase the depth and variety of the nationally-designated collections held at the British Motor Museum.
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Hear the loudest creature in the world at Stratford Butterfly Farm!

Rain or shine there is something for all the family to enjoy this May half term at Stratford Butterfly Farm, the UK’s largest butterfly farm.
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Historic heroes themed activities and workshops at the Ironbridge Gorge Museums for super days out - Spring half-term 27th May – 4th June

Discover more about your favourite heroes of history, engineering and sport during the spring half term, 27th May – 4th June, at a variety of fun family events across the Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Shropshire with hands-on activities, interactive workshops and demonstrations. The events are part of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust’s 50th anniversary celebrations, which will continue throughout the year.
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Welcome to Worcestershire... visit official website

This is the place for you if you prefer to take the scenic route.

Worcestershire Cathedral

It is the county that inspired England's greatest composer, Sir Edward Elgar. So what could be more English than this?

The county that is dominated by the rise and fall of the Malvern Hills is also peppered by pretty market towns like Pershore, Droitwich Spa, Tenbury Wells and Evesham.

The county town of Worcester is home to a long list of attractions, including a magnificent 11th Century cathedral and an ornate Guildhall designed by a protégé of Sir Christopher Wren.

Cultural overload? Blow off the cobwebs on a forest trail in the Wyre Forest District. Or take to the water in a canoe or narrowboat. Or, if you fish, get down to the banks of the Severn, Britain's longest river.

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