Fleetwood Market- the seaside shopping experience

In this issue of Community Update we are delighted to select Fleetwood Market with our Commitment to Excellence Award. Fleetwood is a seaside resort in the Borough of Wyre, Lancashire on the northwest tip of the Flyde coast. The once-fishing port is perhaps best known for the iconic Fleetwood Market.   The multi-award-winning market opened […]

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Rare opportunity to visit traditional Romany wagons and carts

The Gordon Boswell Romany Museum is the largest collection of Romany wagons and carts in the UK.  It is a fascinating insight into the Romany way of life, often shrouded in mystery for many, this museum wants to invite visitors to learn more about the Romany way of life.  Romany people first came to the […]

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Evenley Wood Garden

At Community Update, we are pleased to announce that we have selected Evenley Wood Garden as the recipient of our Commitment to Excellence Award. Situated in the southwest corner of Northamptonshire between Brackley and Buckingham, Evenley Wood Garden is open to the public every day, a side from the few days when it hosts private […]

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Aberystwyth Arts Centre

In this issue of Community Update, we are delighted to award Aberystwyth Arts Centre as the recipient of our Commitment to Excellence Award.  Multi-award-winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is located on the Aberystwyth University campus, with spectacular, panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains. With a wide-reaching artistic programme, encompassing all artforms from theatre, […]

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Aberystwyth Cliff Railway: perfect family day out

In this issue of Community Update, we are delighted to select Aberystwyth Cliff Railway with our Commitment to Excellence Award. The Aberystwyth Cliff Railway (in Welsh: Rheilffordd y Graig) at Constitution Hill opened during the late Victorian era in 1896, using a water balance system and later electrified in 1921. It is a spectacular feat […]

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Award-winning historical markets welcome shoppers to Oswestry

Oswestry is an ancient, market town in north west Shropshire, close to the Welsh border, and is the birthplace of the much-lauded World War One poet, Wilfred Owen. During the summer, many visitors come to the spectacular annual August Oswestry hot air balloon carnival or takeover Food and Drink festival in July, spilling over into […]

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Visit Roman history in County Durham

In 2015 Binchester Roman Fort was voted “The best Roman fort to visit in Britain,” by a readers’ poll on Heritage Daily: a reputable, independent UK online publisher of archaeology, anthropology, palaeoanthropology, and palaeontology discoveries.  Many other Roman forts such as Hardknott and Housesteads were abandoned during the sudden collapse of the Roman Empire in […]

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May Half-term superhero fun on the farm

If you’re looking for some fun, local activities for the children or grandchildren during May half-term week (Sat 27th May-Sunday 4th June): look no further than Rutland Farm Park in Oakham, Rutland.  Visitors are being encouraged to dress as their favourite superheroes (with or without wellies!) and will receive a complimentary bag of animal feed. […]

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Adventure like a pro with Outdoor Pursuits Scotland

At Community Update, we take pride in showcasing the very best services provided by companies that provide a wealth of benefits for their community. As such, in this issue we are proud to announce that we have selected Outdoor Pursuits Scotland as the recipient of our Commitment to Excellence Award. “We take our job very […]

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