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With around 300 miles of spectacular coastline, Cornwall is renowned for its amazing scenery, world famous surfing beaches, rugged cliff tops, luscious gardens and warm climate.
A blend of small towns and rugged mountain scenery that provides a mecca for those who enjoy the great outdoors. Everything about Wales offers relaxation and escape from urban living.
Rich in history and tradition, and boasting some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain, Scotland is a truly magical place to visit.
With over 2000 square miles of scenic countryside, rolling hills and picturesque coastlines, Devon offers a more peaceful and much slower pace of life.
The Bentwaters Cold War Museum will be opening its doors for 2017 on Sunday 2nd April. It has become a popular attraction for visitors to the Suffolk coastal area and for those interested in aviation and military installations.
The foremost British garden charity the National Gardens Scheme is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. Launched in 1927 by the Queen's Nursing Institute to support nursing and caring charities. The scheme lists over 3800 public and private gardens in the UK, that open on specific days to raise funds. Venues and opening times are listed in the annually published NGS Garden Guide. The NGS has raised over £45 million pounds since it opened.
A special anniversary weekend will be held on 27 to 29th May 2017, when over 400 gardens will stage special event days. Visit the NGS website for more details.