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Cracking Easter holiday adventures

Cracking Easter holiday adventures

Enliven your children’s minds and ignite their passion for the diverse and spectacular British countryside, with a fun-filled staycation this Easter. From lambing experiences and alpaca walks to exhilarating activities that’ll leave your children rosy-cheeked and happily breathless, there are copious adventures to be had in our wild and rugged regions.

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Join us in our support for Ukraine

Join us in our support for Ukraine

Like many, we are deeply shocked and saddened by the desperate events that continue to unfold in Ukraine. With so many innocent people losing their lives, loved ones, families, homes and safety, we felt compelled to do something to help.

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Roam free

Roam free

When it comes to rediscovering your post-lockdown sense of freedom and adventure, it’s hard to beat Scotland. As we start to shake off the remaining shackles of Covid restrictions – the last are expected to end on the 21st March in Scotland – we’re headily dreaming of holidays spent freely exploring its majestic landscapes unhindered by masks, tests and social distancing.

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Six of the best local field-to-fork producers

Six of the best local field-to-fork producers

We’ve always believed that the best way to get to a destination’s heart is through its food and getting better acquainted with where that food comes from. With huge swathes of sparsely populated countryside, our regions have more space to grow and nurture food than almost anywhere else in the UK. So, it’s unsurprising that the North of England and the South of Scotland are home to some of the best food and drink producers – and foodie experiences – in Britain.

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Wildly romantic

Wildly romantic

There are few things more romantic than the natural beauty of British countryside. From rugged coastlines and breath-taking vistas to majestic hills and brooding horizons, there is a whole lot to love about its glorious landscapes. Add in the rough seas, dramatic skies and blustery February weather and there is nowhere more wildly romantic than the North of England and the South of Scotland.

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Embrace the season

Embrace the season

Come rain or shine, there is plenty to do on a winter holiday: embrace the season, wrap up warm and set off on long walks across moorland or on spirited hikes in the hills. Pull on your wellies and raincoats and splash through muddy puddles on wet walks. Or, gather the brood embark on exciting adventures along Hadrian’s Wall, to nearby castles and historic sites. Stretching right into March, winter, with its crisp changeable weather and muted earthy landscapes is an enchanting time to visit the North of England and the South of Scotland.

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