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    In Events

    What to look forward to in March

    With a number of national days to be celebrated in March, you won’t be short of things to do during the month, but we thought we’d highlight a few events anyway, just in case. March sees both St David and St Patrick’s Day celebrations as well as World Book Day International Women’s Day, Pi Day and Mother’s Day to keep you amused, so there will be plenty of festivities for you to get involved with.

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    Check out these half term highlights

    It’s the first school holiday of the year, so naturally, there are plenty of fun things to choose from to amuse your little ones! As different areas of the country take their school breaks at different times, we thought we’d sift through some of the many events that are going on all over the UK and offer our suggestions, so wherever you are, you can get inspired with things to do during half term.

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    In Events

    Free things to do in 2020

    There is nothing worse than finding out about a cool sounding event and then not having the funds to go check it out. While you can find plenty of free events here to enjoy, we thought we’d pull together a list of great family friendly, free events that are taking place across the UK this year. That way, you can get the dates in your diary ready!

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    In Events

    What to look forward to in February

    2020 is now in full swing and there are loads of great events coming up across the country this February for you to enjoy. Of course, the month kicks off with Chinese New Year, where you can join in a whole host of activities all over the UK and there is Valentine’s Day on the 14th and Pancake Day on the 25th where you’ll find a variety of themed events. 

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    Snowdrops in the South West

    Snowdrops are popping up across the South West, bringing that first sign that spring isn’t a too-distant hope and will be returning soon enough. In many gardens that the National Trust care for, swathes of snowdrops can be seen; here’s a guide to the top spots perfect for exploring followed by warming treats in the cafés.

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    Slipknot fans rejoice – Knotfest is coming to the UK

    If you’re a fan of Slipknot you’ll already know that they organise their own festival, KnotFest and you’ll also probably already be super excited at the fact that it is coming to the UK for the first time this August.