Days Out

Sunday, January 22, 2017

A festival of flying will take place at IWM Duxford this year – with children under 16 going free with a full paying adult.

Are you ready to claim free tickets to some of the county’s biggest tourist attractions as part of the second Herts Big Weekend?

Kick start the New Year at The France Show which returns to Olympia London on 27th January for three days of fun and enjoyment of all that France has to offer.

More acts playing a summer music festival in Hatfield have been announced.

Brides, grooms and their friends and family turned out in force to glean ideas and inspiration, while meeting with local suppliers, at Bride: The Wedding Show at Knebworth Barns.

The countdown has started to Willows Activity Farm’s annual February Frolics live lambing and newborn lamb bottle feeding demonstrations.

An aviation museum that restores de Havilland aircraft and is home of the Mosquito museum has won a top tourism award.

Galanthophiles have the chance to name a new snowdrop for Myddelton House Gardens in a competition for snowdrop enthusiasts and keen gardeners.

Bride: The Wedding Show returns to the historic venue Knebworth House in Hertfordshire for its fifth year on January 7 and 8, 2017 from 10am-4pm.

To mark its 50th anniversary, Lee Valley Regional Park Authority will host 50 free, leisurely walks through the 26-mile long park in 2017.

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