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Bakewell & Chesterfield Markets [Days Out] 
In the Heart of Derbyshire 

Bakewell is the only market town within the Peak District National Park boundary and its attractive courtyards, independent shops, cafés and its location on the River Wye make it a hugely popular destination for tourists to the Peak District.  Market Day is on Monday, when the town is at its busiest. 

Chesterfield, famous for it's Crooked Spire is market is one of the biggest open-air markets in the country, selling everything from cutlery to carpets, from shirts to shoes, from pans to potatoes. Whatever you want to buy, there’s a stall selling it somewhere – it’s just a matter of finding it among all the stalls packed into the town centre. The Victorian Market Hall was originally built in 1857 'for the shelter and safeguard of market people'. It has undergone a multi-million pound refit.

 
 

   
BBC Gardeners World & Good Food Show  
at the NEC Birmingham 

@ Birmingham NEC

Fresh seasonal flavours, high-class entertainment and two Shows with one ticket!

The biggest summer food festival to hit the Midlands! Packed with seasonal produce, ideas for al-fresco entertaining, the UK’s top chefs cooking up fresh recipes live on the numerous stages across the Show, and Pimms and picnics galore. In the Supertheatre (there is a small charge for this one) watch top celebrity chefs cooking delicious recipes and get tips for fresh summer foods, plus great live entertainment! The Summer Kitchen has new faces and renowned chefs and winners from your favourite TV programmes on this interactive stage.

BBC Gardeners’ World Live, provides a variety of seed to plate inspiration, a vast range of grow your own ingredients and plenty of ideas to get your garden entertaining-ready! The BBC Gardeners' World Theatre (there is a small charge for this one), has a packed schedule of live and entertaining talks from top gardeners and well known experts from Gardeners' World TV programme’s and popular gardening experts. RHS transforms the outdoor areas of The NEC into a horticultural haven, packed with gardens, plants and RHS experts. The designers and nurseries strive to attain the prestigious RHS Awards. Special zones, unique to BBC Gardeners' World Live, bring together shopping, advice and inspiration into common interest areas.

 
 

   
Beamish Open Air Museum 
Admission Included 

Beamish tells the story of the people of North East England and how they lived in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Most of the houses, shops and other buildings displayed have been dismantled from their original sites and rebuilt here. All are filled with original furniture and machinery.

The costumed staff at Beamish are more than happy to share their knowledge with visitors.

 

 
 

   
Beverley on Market Day & Hull  
(City of Culture 2017) 

Beverley was voted one of the best places to live in the UK, it is also one of Yorkshire's best kept secrets. Renowned for its exquisite 13th Century Minster, the town is home to a lively market. It first became a tourist destination in the 12th Century and the town's pretty cobbled streets and courtyards continue to attract history buffs, and shoppers. For a perfect introduction, head for landmarks like the Minster, St. Mary's Church and the market.

Hull is an up and coming water front city which is popular with anyone. Whether you are looking for places to shop, places to eat, relaxing activities and enjoyable attractions, in Hull you will find what you are looking for. 

There are eight free museums, The Deep, Hull Truck Theatre, new retail and leisure centres and many places to eat and drink all waiting to be discovered - all the ingredients for a perfect day out.

 
 

   
Black Country Museum 1940's 
Admission included 

 

This award-winning corner of the West Midlands is now one of the finest and largest open-air museums in the United Kingdom. After very humble beginnings, a bright idea and 40 years of inspiration, this is twenty six acres worth exploring. Amazing as it may seem, they have created a ‘place’ – a real and lively place, where once there was nothing and nobody.

With a village and charismatic residents to chat with. Trams to ride. Games to play. Things being made. Stories to hear, the Museum will be transformed, recreating an electric wartime atmosphere of vintage entertainment, food and fashion!

  • Enjoy a trip back in time at The Black Counrty Museum.
  • ADMISSION INCLUDED
 
 

   
Bridlington OR Scarborough 
on the North Yorkshire Coast 

Join us on this great Day Out where you choose which fantastic Yorkshire Coast resort you want to visit.

Bridlington or Scarborough, the choice is yours!

There are so many things to see and do in either location no matter what your tastes, whether it be traditional seaside things like paddling, sandcastle making or donkey riding or you can mix that with some great shopping in the myriad of shops each town has to offer.

 
 

   
Brigg & Garden Centre 
 

Brigg on Market Day provides a wide range of traditional market stalls, selling goods ranging from fruit and vegetables, fresh flowers, shrubs and plants, fish, cheese, clothing and footwear, household goods, bric a brac, greetings cards and much, much more. It is located in the pedestrianised Town Centre.

At Brigg Garden Centre you will not only find a vast undercover plant area, and a garden care department with everything from fertilisers, tools, tubs and hanging baskets they also offer an inspirational garden furniture department displaying traditional patio furniture sets, modern contemporary wicker patio sets, dining and conservatory furniture plus all the accessories you may need. Not forgetting hammocks, Barbecues and, to warm up those evenings, patio heaters and chiminea’s.

 

 
 

   
Bury Market 
An Award Winning Traditional market, housed in a modern setting. 

Bury Market is an open-air market in the town of Bury, Greater Manchester, England, which started in 1444. It consists of a large market hall, with extensive stalls outside, selling fruit, flowers, clothing, hardware and groceries.

 
 

   
City of Derby 
 

The Cathedral Quarter is an area of Unique independent shops, great cafés, restaurants and bars, stunning arts and cultural venues and historical landmarks - it has it all.  Meander through historical streets with arcades and hidden entrances and discover a myriad of specialist stores and independent retailers.

Derby Cathedral towers above the city and has the second highest perpendicular church tower in England! A family of peregrine falcons has nested there for many years and several chicks have been raised. Bird watchers and visitors are kept entertained with regular aerial displays

Attracting over 25 million visitors each year, intu Derby is one of the top shopping destinations in the East Midlands. With over 160 stores bursting with your favourite brands including Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, Next, Topshop, New Look, Zara, Superdry, H&M, River Island, MAC, KIKO, Cath Kidston and many, many more.

 

 
 

   
City of Oxford 
The City of Dreaming Spires 

From classical art to shrunken heads, Oxford has several museums to suit all tastes. Most have free admission, so if you have 5 minutes or you have all day, pop into a museum and see the wonderful things on offer. Oxford is also a vibrant shopping city centre for the serious shopper or if not you could wander round the Oxford University Buildings.

 
 
 
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