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Ghostly goings-on in Salisbury this Christmas

Nov 28 2012 Posted by Laura Canning

A ghostly Christmas market? We’ll be there before you can say Ebenezeer Scrooge. Clank your way to Salisbury from this week for ghostly tours of the city, running alongside the Salisbury Christmas market.

Several buildings in Salisbury are rumoured to be haunted: the Debenhams department store is said to ...


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Bottoms up – it’s the first ever Mold Beer Festival

Nov 20 2012 Posted by Laura Canning

‘Real ale, real food and real entertainment’ is on offer this weekend in Flintshire, North Wales. The first ever Mold Beer Festival, running from 23-25 November, will see Welsh, Irish and English folk music, guitarist Steve Tempo and over thirty real ales, ciders and wines featured.

Known as NovemberFest, the ...


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Cornwall sweeps the board at British Travel Awards

Nov 6 2012 Posted by Laura Canning

Tencreek Holiday Park, LooeIt probably won’t be a surprise to those who holiday there – Cornwall has been named top all-round visitor destination at the British Travel Awards.

The county was awarded the top prize in several categories, being crowned Best Holiday County for the fourth year in a row. St Ives won ...


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Keswick top spot for dogs in UK

Nov 2 2012 Posted by Laura Canning

The Cumbria town of Keswick has been named the UK’s most dog-friendly town in this year’s Kennel Club’s Open for Dogs Awards, taking the top dog spot from over 28,000 towns and businesses.

The awards, voted by dog owners, were started six years ago with the ...


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Loch Ness about more than monster

Nov 1 2012 Posted by Laura Canning

If the first thing you think of when you hear the words ‘Loch Ness’ is ‘monster’, this initiative could be for you.

A Highlands tourism partnership, Destination Loch Ness (DLN), has been awarded more than £27,000 by VisitScotland to promote the message that there’s more to Loch Ness ...


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