Drive-In movies haven’t really been a roaring success in the UK, what with our changing weather conditions from cold to rain to wind every so often, but, after some careful planning and plenty of anticipation, following from one of our best summers in recorded British history, the East Midlands has now welcomed and set up a huge outdoor [Read more…]

Ilkeston is a small, friendly, miners town in the South of Derbyshire, but what really brings the people together every year, is their wonderful Charter Fair. The Ilkeston Charter Fair has been a running celebration of the town for over 700 years! During the stretch of a week, the Town Centre is filled with screams of [Read more…]

It’s Mini Golf Day!

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There are so many things in life where someone has thought; ‘this is great but do you know what would make it even better? Let’s make it smaller’. Chocolate eggs, for example.  You really can’t beat a bag of mini eggs. People have also done it with bottles of prosecco, with suitcases, and with things [Read more…]

The school summer holidays are well underway and I bet all the families out there are looking for some adventures to have in this wonderful warm weather – well, the Winner of Leicestershire’s Best Visitor Attraction, Wistow Maze, is waiting to be discovered! The Maze is only open for 8 to 10 weeks in the [Read more…]

6 Wearable Bits of Tech Everyone Should Have

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The manufacturing of wearable technology and all new ideas about whats coming next are expanding at a rapid speed. We’re not just talking about sweat proof socks and the latest IPads anymore, we’re talking about pieces of technology that will help us to improve our everyday life, without having to mess around with any toggles, [Read more…]

The secrets of the National Justice Museum

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The National Justice Museum, along with the City of Caves, is just another unique experience Nottingham has to offer. The tourist attraction has gained thousands of visitors from all over the country since it’s opening in 1995, and tourists say they are “impressed” by what they discover when visiting. The building wasn’t always a museum [Read more…]

Nottingham’s underground City of Caves

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Nottingham is a wonderful city, it may not be the easiest place to find a parking spot, but it does have some outstanding architecture and brilliant shopping. What most residents and visitors of Nottingham may not already know about though, is that there is a whole world of interconnecting caves running right below our feet! [Read more…]