In medieval times Kent, Surrey and Sussex were known as The Weald. The word is Old English and means ‘woodland’, giving you a clue as to what the most prominent feature of these counties used to be. Remains of the forest that covered most of the three counties are still evident. Attractions such as Ashdown Forest have managed to preserve pieces of the ancient woodland. But there’s much more to Kent, Surrey and Sussex than just trees. There are plenty of attractions too, making any of them perfect for a family holiday.
A beach a day helps you swim, rest and play! One of the many great things about visiting Bude for a week’s holiday is the wonderful range of beaches to experience all within a few miles of each other! Here are our Magnificent 7 beaches near Bude – one for every day of your stay! Summerleaze
Often when families are planning their summer holiday, they want to know what will be going on in and around the local area that will keep everyone entertained. Well, you’ll be pleased to know there are loads of things to do in Bude and the latest Bude Guide is now available – complete with a
Attractions at the Heart of Olde England at its best – come and visit Derbyshire’s Well Dressing Festivals this summerhe Peak District
Derbyshire villages have a unique summer tradition of Well Dressing. The ancient custom of Well Dressing is believed to have originated in pagan times by offering a sacrifice for the continuing provision of water, this tradition was later adopted by the Christian Church as an opportunity to thank God for water.
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