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Where
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26 July

A new warning has been issued by harm reduction specialists The Loop after pills tested at Secret Garden Party were found to contain more than double the amount of MDMA. The Loop discovered that pills in the shape of a ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’ had 2.5 the typical amount of ecstasy in them. Some ‘Teddy Bear’-shaped […]

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16 April

The stories, art and emotions that hold Brent together are set to be explored through a series of creative events as it becomes London’s next Borough of Culture. Brent 2020 promises to be a year-long celebration of culture that recognises the people, places and innovations that have helped put the borough on the map. It […]

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16 April

2020 is Wales’ Year of Outdoors, a celebration of the nation’s natural landscapes, rich history and distinctive culture. From the picturesque beauty of its three national parks to spying an abundance of wildlife along its beautifully diverse coastline, you’ll soon see that the country is a natural haven for adventure and unique outdoor experiences. Add […]

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16 April

Patchwork fields stretching to the horizon, ancient hills and mountains rolling down into dunes and sandy beaches on the coast, rich green woodland and country lanes – Britain’s great outdoors is a feast for the senses and an adventure waiting to happen. It’s also a great opportunity to get cycling, feel the thrill of speed, […]

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16 April

One of the only cities outside London to have its own ballet and opera companies, the Yorkshire city of Leeds is a hotbed of cultural gems. With a rich industrial and sporting heritage, it has become an energetic, contemporary city with a flourishing food and drink scene. Home to its own international airport (Leeds/Bradford Airport) and just two […]

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16 April

2020 is Scotland’s Year of Coasts & Waters, a year-long programme of events celebrating the nation’s breathtaking lochs, rivers and coastlines. From charming port town culture to its beautifully rugged shores, Scotland is a natural haven for discovering heritage, finding adventure and soaking up tranquillity. Add in a host of great events, unique festivals and […]

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16 April

As one of the world’s most visited cities, London has any number of museums, galleries, street markets and historical sites to keep you occupied. An extensive public transport network makes it easy to get around the capital too, meaning there’s a lot that can be crammed into an action-packed 48 hours…   DAY 1 9.30 […]

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16 April

As winter gets ready to wrap us in its icy grip, why not book a stay in one of the UK’s gorgeously cosy hotels and make the most of the season to hibernate. The Good Hotel Guide shows us 8 places to stay that are the hospitality equivalent of a big bear hug: huge beds, […]

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16 April

Whether you want to dive head first into the romantic world of a Jane Austen novel, surrounding yourself with Georgian architecture, or feel like a Roman for the day as you walk through one of the world’s best-preserved Roman buildings, a trip to Bath has something for every curious mind. A city founded in 1AD, […]

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16 April

Would you believe these locations that look like they’re from sci-fi films are actually all places in Britain you can visit? Feel like you’ve travelled to a completely different universe… 1. Gough’s Cave, Somerset Venture down to the hidden world of Gough’s cave in Cheddar Gorge, less than an hour’s drive away from Bristol. The […]

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