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April 24 2014 Latest news:
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Just what is it about this Lancashire village that makes the New York Times put it on its worldwide ‘must visit’ list? Roger Borrell investigates
Royal Academist David Mach unveils collage of the summer’s greatest social event...
Ascot Racecourse is providing the perfect family day out to celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday 30th March with their Country Fair Raceday...
Never been on a canal boat before? Worried that it might be too difficult for you? There’s no need to be concerned: hundreds of first-time hirers do it every year.
The thunder of hooves, the buzz of the crowd, the glorious scenery – what else could get the heart fluttering like a day at the races!
Yorkshire Festival 2014 is the first ever arts festival to precede the Tour de France, the world’s biggest annual sporting event
The acclaimed World War 1 novel Birdsong has been adapted for the stage, and The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham will be performing it this February. Al Senter spoke to playwright Rachel Wagstaff and Birdsong’s author Sebastian Faulks about the process of shifting a story from the page to the stage.
Nobody needs an excuse to eat more cake, but National Chocolate Cake day is a new one to add to the list! Contemporary Cake Designs owner, Xavier, gives his top tips for the perfect chocolate cake.
A long walk deserves a stop at a cosy inn and Lakeland writer and photographer Vivienne Crow has agreed to share a few of her favourites
The festive season is a great time to step out on the South West Coast Path, blow away the cobwebs and walk off a few mince pies in the process.
Steve Davison leads the way on a 5¾ mile walk around the picturesque villages of Fulmer and Hedgerley in south Buckinghamshire