Coventry is located in the West Midlands, close to Birmingham and is the 11th largest city in the UK. Visitors to the city can enjoy such historic attractions as its famous Cathedral and St Mary’s Guildhall, and explore its many museums, including the Coventry Transport Museum which details the key role played by Coventry in the British motor industry. Coombe Country Park provides a beautiful location with lakes, woodland and gardens in the 500 acre site, perfect for a relaxing day out.
Set in West Sussex on the River Lavant, Chichester is an historic city, which due to its location offers visitors an opportunity to explore the city, the coast as well as the countryside, ensuring something for everyone. Chichester’s wealth of attractions include museums, galleries and stately homes to visit, in addition to its beautiful cathedral and harbour. A cultural city, Chichester also welcomes many visitors to its annual festivals including the Festival of Chichester, a four week celebration of the music and the arts, as well as Goodwood’s famous Festival of Speed and Glorious Goodwood.
Chester is a beautiful place to visit, the walled city offers the historic together with a wealth of architectural delights. Located in the county of Cheshire, Chester lies on the banks of the River Dee, close to the Welsh border. Visitors can explore its Roman and medieval history, as well as the maze of idyllic streets, with the beautiful buildings and many shops which Chester is home to.
Chelmsford is bustling city in the County of Essex, approximately 30 minutes from central London. An historic location, set on the River Chelmer and River Can, Chelmsford gained city status in 2012, and welcomes many visitors who can enjoy attractions such as the beautiful Cathedral, its museums and parks, as well as a vast array of restaurants and shops, located throughout the city.