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Places to go Bank holiday Monday

Discussion in 'Personal' started by lallsop679, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. lallsop679

    lallsop679 New commenter

    Hi I was wondering whether anyone could help. Me and my partner are wanting to go somewhere for the day Monday. Somewhere where we won't spend loads. We are in the midlands and don't mind travelling up to 2 hours. We are thinking of York but wondered if anyone had any other suggestions. Thank you
  2. Bethannie

    Bethannie New commenter

    If you are in The Midlands, have you been to Carding Mill Valley? It's in Shropshire - Church Stretton. Beautiful walks, great for a picnic if the weather holds.
  3. Where in the midlands?
    Maybe consider:
    Cotswolds - Stow, Burford
    Forest of Dean/Wye Valley
    Peak District
    Depends what you want to do, really.
  4. lallsop679

    lallsop679 New commenter

    Thank you for the suggestions. We live in Derbyshire.
  5. I'm going to work. I'm a bit more than 2 hours away, but if you want to swap, I'll happily do something nice for you!
  6. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

  7. jmntsp

    jmntsp New commenter

    Calke Abbey, if you're in Derbyshire. It's National Trust and rather fab....been kept as a decaying stately home the way it was left by the eccentric family who owned it until the 1970s. Worth a day out.

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