Twenty towns where breweries are a key part of their history and significance Britain has been brewing beer for hundreds of years, the art dates back to before the Domesday Book. Until the middle of the C20th most towns had a local brewery, many of them independent family firms. Sadly, mergers and takeovers of big international brands has seen a lot of […]
In early September the doors will be open on hundreds of unusual and exceptional historic and iconic properties. We start you off with some ideas of where to visit around the country.
Discover Towns has enjoyed trying some real ales and fine food from the East Kent Triangle. Kent is famous for its hops including East Kent Goldings. Sold under that name since 1838, it is now a Protected Food Name. Grown only in East Kent by a few growers, it is one of the local varieties […]
HMS Nelson Royal Navy Band on Bexhill prom Many towns put on a colourful festival especially during the summer, with musical, historical and dancing themes – here’s a few to consider including in your travel plans. Hastings May Day May Day in Hastings is a unique, dynamic and very exciting day out for first time visitors […]