On the southern edge of the Mendip Hills in Somerset lies the beautiful cathedral city of Wells, England’s smallest city. Wells is home to the oldest medieval street in Europe and welcomes many visitors to its historic attractions including its Cathedral. The home of the Witch of Wookey can also be explored with tours available in the famous Wookey Hole Caves, and with over 20 attractions on this site alone there is plenty on offer in Wells for the whole family to enjoy. Continue reading →
Located on the eastern edge of the Pennines, the city of Wakefield is in West Yorkshire, by the River Calder. The city offers historic attractions such as Nostell Priory and Wakefield Cathedral as well as the modern in the form of The Hepworth Wakefield, one of the biggest galleries outside of London, celebrating the work of countless artists including Dame Barbara Hepworth who was born in the city. Wakefield is also home to beautiful parklands including Anglers Country Park and Haw Park Wood.
The picturesque city of Truro is the most southerly city in Britain, and as a centre for tourism welcomes thousands each year to this beautiful part of Cornwall. With so much to offer visitors can explore its cobbled streets and attractions such as the amazing Truro Cathedral and Royal Cornwall Museum, as well as savouring the spectacular scenery of the city whether on foot or by river boat. With countless tea houses and restaurants and great shopping to, you will be spoilt for choice with things to do in this award winning city.
The city of Sunderland is located on the coast and at the mouth of the River Wear in Tyne and Wear in the North East of England. As well as beautiful beaches and parklands Sunderland is home to many historic and modern attractions from The Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens to the impressive Stadium of Light and the cultural National Glass Centre. With an abundance of shops both high street and boutiques, Sunderland’s is also known for its underground music scene.
The City of Stoke on Trent is located in the English county of Staffordshire, and is commonly known as the Potteries having earned the title of the World Capital of Ceramics. Home to many attractions from the beautiful Trentham Gardens and Monkey Forest to an array of museums including the Gladstone Pottery Museum and Wedgwood Visitors Centre and Museum, the City’s Cultural Quarter provides a great selection of restaurants and cafes and is also where both The Regent and Victoria Hall Theatres are located. Continue reading →