Reputed to be the original English seaside resort and certainly the most popular on the Yorkshire Coast, Scarborough was a firm favourite of the Victorians who made breaks by the sea so popular. To this day, Scarborough retains much of its original charm and character and visitors continue to be attracted by the elegant spa, Italian Gardens, promenade walks and miles of sandy beaches.
At 9 miles by 5 miles, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands between England and France. An independent, English-speaking territory with a mix of British and French cultures, it's known for its beaches, walking trails along cliffs and inland valleys, as well as its defensive castles.
From this spring, the live, working TV set located within the Harewood Estate in Leeds, that has played witness to many-a spectacle, will open its gates as cast and crew down scripts for the weekend and allow guests to tread the tarmac and indulge in a fully guided tour of the popular, fictional village.
England’s ‘Garden County’ of Kent is also the gateway to Europe, offering a great choice of excursions both in England and across the Channel, so it is possible to breakfast in England, lunch in France or Belgium and be back in England for dinner! Away from the delights of the Continent, the coast of Kent is home to history, heritage and traditional fishing ports and villages.
Scampton Airshow is the East of England's newest airshow, taking place just outside the historic Cathedral City of Lincoln. This new event, raising funds to support the RAF Charitable Trust, will be held at RAF Scampton, the home of the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team - The Red Arrows.