Taste buds are in for a treat with the launch of a new touring chocolate festival, the world’s first waterfall-powered cabin (which also happens to be a pub) and Rochester Cathedral’s first wine festival for almost 1,000 years.
There’s a great month ahead for Potterheads, glampers and history fans, with a new Harry Potter quiz in the actual Hogwarts film set, Liverpool’s first urban glamping site, and anniversary celebrations for Thomas Chippendale and Captain Cook.
This month we’re excited to share news of a new Champagne School in London celebrating English sparkling; one of many royal wedding screenings to celebrate the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; and a new exhibition charting Bristol’s vibrant music scene.
6 February 2018 marks the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which allowed some women in Britain to vote for the first time, gave them the right to stand as an MP and was the first time a female MP was elected.
This month we’re excited to share news of the first statue of David Bowie in the world; new self-guided tours of Poldark filming locations for 2018; and Hever Castle’s new Hidden Hever tour. See below for more information, plus a roundup of more exciting news just in from around the country.
VisitEngland has uncovered the top five trends for this summer including unusual animal encounters; ‘gins-pirational’ events; outdoor art experiences; the latest foodie hubs and water-based adventures.