Aston Clinton Events and Activities – Many of the events and activities which take place in the Buckinghamshire village of Aston Clinton, take place in the Anthony Hall, which is located on the London Road. The Aston Clinton Youth Club meet there, the Aston Clinton, Buckland and Drayton Beauchamp Horticultural Society meet there, and you can take part in activities such as Aerobics classes, Luncheon Club, Fiddle and Accordian Club, Bowls Club, Girl Guides, Karate, Pilates, Ladies Group and much more. So if you live in the Aston Clinton area, get yourself down to the Anthony Hall and find out what activities you can join in.
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Feast of San Fulgencio and San Antonio Abad: The festivities in honor of the patron of the town has on its agenda a unique event, “the engagement of the hen”, though also celebrated are the traditional blessing of animals. Besides the religious ceremonies, there are contests, festivals, parades and fireworks which enliven the streets for a few days in the village. This event takes place in January each year and is just one of the many events in San Fulgencio.
Watchtower at Torre de la Horadada
The Tower at Torre de la Horadada – If you are visiting the southern Costa Blanca this year, and are in the area of Pilar de la Horadada, then you should head on down to the nearby coastal area known as Torre de la Horadada, where you will find both an attractive harbour and yacht club and a historic watchtower, which was originally built to look out for pirate attacks in less peaceful times.
There are also some quiet little beaches near to the tower, and also several bars and restaurants. For the latest events in Torre de la Horadada, visit our website.
Torre de la Horadada can be accessed from the N-332.
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Hartland Peninsular Devon Events – On Sunday the 2nd September 2012, from 10am-5pm, the Lobster and Crab Feast, takes place in Clovelly Harbour, Clovelly, Hartland Peninsular, North Devon, England. This is a tribute to Clovelly’s world famous crabs and lobsters, with a day of live folk music, beer tasting, quay kitchens, local produce stalls, craft stalls and prize draw. For the kids there will be face painting, storytelling and a creative workshop, magic, balloon modelling and much more. A great event for everyone in Clovelly and the Hartland Peninsular area, lets hope the weather is fine and everyone has a terrific time.
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Rochdale in Bloom – The annual “Township in Bloom” contest is an event in which the town of Rochdale vies with neighbouring Heywood and Bury to bring attention to their collective horticultural accomplishments. This involves both the local councils and projects by residents and businesses in the three towns all in Greater Manchester, Lancashire. Beautiful flower displays, wild flowers in a natural setting, and regeneration projects all help to make this a wonderful event.
Anfield Stadium Liverpool – Anfield is a stadium for football located in the eponymous district in the city of Liverpool in Merseyside, England, United Kingdom . Their address is Anfield Road Liverpool L4 0TH. The stadium was built in 1884, and was the home of Everton Football Club until 1892, when they left the stadium after a disagreement over money. Since then the stadium has been the home of Liverpool Football Club. It is an elite class stadium according to UEFA criteria, and has hosted numerous international matches at the professional level, including meetings of the England football team. The building also was used during the Euro 1996 competition. The stadium comprises four stands: Spion Kop , Main Stand, Centenary Stand and Anfield Road. The record attendance of 61,905 spectators was established in 1952 in a match in the FA Cup between Liverpool FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. Installation of seats was made following the recommendations of the so-called Taylor Report.
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Sheffield Parks and Forests – Sheffield has more trees per capita than any other city in Europe. There are over 170 parks, gardens and forests in the Sheffield area, forests covering a total area of 28.27 sq km and parks an area of 18.30 sq km. The public gardens are ten in number and are among the most popular attractions in the city. To this we must add the 134.66 km ² of the Peak District National Park. The most famous parks are Graves Park, Meersbrook Park, Norfolk Park, Endcliffe Park and the Botanical Gardens. Sheffield is to the north of the town of Chesterfield and the south of Barnsley and Wakefield.
Slough Events Britwell Boot Fair – One of the most popular events in the Slough area occurs every Sunday and on Bank Holidays, when you can attend the Britwell Boot, a popular car boot sale which is held in Long Furlong Drive in Slough, county of Berkshire. The Britwell Boot Fair, Slough offers hard standing and indoor tables for the sale of your old and unwanted items. The event opens at 12.00 noon and ends at 4.00pm, lost of bargains to be found for the people of Slough and surrounding areas, a great place to visit when the weather conditions are fine.