Month: June 2017

Wakefield Civic Quarter showing buildings, taken from the rooftops
© Wakefield Council

If you’ve never been to West Yorkshire, why not make a start in Wakefield.

Wakefield is a settlement in West Yorkshire on the banks of the Calder. The first record of the town is in the Domesday Book, but archaeological finds pre-date that. There is evidence of coal mining in the area in Roman times. The river and then canals were always central to Wakefield’s thriving industrial growth by […]

Blackpool Prom showing the Tower

The 2017 Blackpool Bucket and Spade List

Blackpool Prom and Tower ©Sean Convoy and VisitBlackpool Looking to create some unforgettable summer memories?  Then why not head to Blackpool and you can see for yourself why this is the UK’s favourite beach resort. Not only does it have sand and sea, more shows, attractions and entertainment than you can shake a stick at, […]

Visitors assembles for an accessible tour of Stratford
© Stratford Town Walk

The market town of Stratford in Warwickishire, home of the world’s most-loved playwright and poet

Stratford in Warwickshire is a market town with more than 800 years of history. Many of the buildings we see today would have been familiar to Shakespeare, the world’s most loved bard. The town is also a thriving community offering a wide variety of leisure, places to stay and shopping. Visitors to Stratford can make […]