September may be getting nearer but this does not mean that days out should be coming to an end, quite the opposite, so here are some ideas for wonderful family days out.
Warwick Castle has teamed up with Digbeth dining Club to offer a series called Open Arms – socially distanced street food and beer garden in the grounds. Other events include jousting. Falconry Displays, Fun in the Dungeon and tours inside one of England’s most historical castles http://www.warwick-castle.com
For a day of double treats the historic and picturesque Swanage Railway and the impressive Corfe Castle should definitely be on your list of things to do.
Situated near the delightful village of Corfe Mullen both the railway and the castle enjoy superb locations in the Dorset countryside, take the train and
you can be by the sea within minutes at the popular town of Swanage. http://www.swanagerailway.co.uk
Castle Ashby Gardens, home of the 7th Marquess of Northampton is a wonderful creation from the countries greatest garden designer Capability Brown. Situated 20 minutes from Northampton and 30 minutes from junction 15 on the M1 the variety of trees and magnificent layout of the gardens with ideally located picnic spots and delightful cafe and childrens play area have undergone extensive updating, definitely not one to miss. http://www.castleashbygardens.co.uk
Alton Towers is more often associated with its fun fairs and terrifying rides than its beautiful gardens,
this September the Staffordshire theme park will be hosting its entertainment packed take on the German
beer festival Octoberfest. Tickets will be available from 18-20 September, 25-27th September and 2-4 October . day passes cost from £34.00 per person