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Christmas Bookings Now Taken

Bookings for Christmas festivities - Christmas Day Lunch, Parties, Private Dinners, etc.
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October half term fun in Shakespeare's England!

Shakespeare’s England is offering a host of fun inspired things to see and do during October half term from 22 – 30 October including plenty of spooky family events! Carve pumpkins, hear ghost stories and follow ghost trails, cast spells, make a spooky puppet, create a theatrical mask, have a go at quill writing and enjoy apple tasting and autumnal crafts.
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Madagascan Comet Moths make their first appearance at Stratford Butterfly Farm!

A number of stunning Madagascan Comet Moths have made their first appearance at the refurbished Stratford Butterfly Farm.
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Hatton Adventure World within the West Midlands is to host its popular annual “Pumpkin Week” from 22 – 30 October.

Children can visit the popular family attraction to pick their own free pumpkin, carve it in the spooky decorated themed Marquee and then enter the best carved pumpkin competition to win a host of prizes.
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Monopoly 'Bard' Launched!

Tudor World revealed on Stratford-upon-Avon Monopoly Board
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1st Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest

Join us for games, sweets and more fun!
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Shakespeare House

So William Shakespeare must have been mighty impressed with The Heart of England. He was inspired to write no less than 37 plays and 154 sonnets. Perhaps you're a fan of the Bard and you'd like to see the birthplace of the man commonly regarded as the finest writer in the English language.

Maybe you'd like to walk the same Stratford-upon-Avon streets as he did. Or perhaps you'd just like to wander around this haven of beautifully preserved black and white, half-timbered buildings.

The Royal Shakespeare Company - the greatest theatre company in the world - has a magnificent 1,030 seat Courtyard Theatre here; complete with dramatic thrust stage.

The stage is set. Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats.

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