News

Outdoor adventure games launching this Spring

The Escape Games Company in association with English Heritage have launched a new outside adventure game concept for Spring. The adventure games will be played in and around over 30 historic sites across England and will see participants work together in small groups to solve puzzles and crack clues inspired by their surroundings. Actors in

Continue Reading →

Open-air cinemas prepare for re-opening

Open-air cinemas are making a comeback from next week with the lifting of pandemic restrictions. Amongst those starting up on the 12th April are the Rooftop Film Club with 3 drive-ins in London and 3 rooftop pop-ups; The Luna drive-ins at stately homes including Blenheim Palace and Harewood House; Southend Outdoor Cinema; Nightflix; and the

Continue Reading →

Stay Closer to Home with UK Cruises this Summer

After the recent announcement that domestic cruising could start as early as 17th May, multiple cruise lines have released plans for new UK cruises for the summer.  Below is a small selection of the types of itineraries you are likely to find for a ‘staying local’ summer cruise. Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines The recently announced

Continue Reading →

UK domestic cruises given May re-start date

Cruise itineraries around Britain look set to be able to resume alongside domestic tourism and indoor hospitality from May 17th. The government’s roadmap out of lockdown had been unclear about cruising, but maritime minister Robert Courts gave the positive news when he addressed the All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG) on Monday 8th March,

Continue Reading →

Black Country Living Museum expansion goes ahead

Black Country Living Museum has announced that major works on its capital development BCLM: Forging Ahead – the largest project in its history – will begin this month. The project represents a £30m investment in the local community, made possible with support from funders including the Department of Culture Media and Sport’s Capital Kickstart Fund

Continue Reading →

The ‘Fusion Trip’: City and Nature Getaways

Time Out has released its first global Travel Survey. Revealing that travellers are in search of a fusion of city and nature for their future trips. Time Out debuts its first global Travel Survey. Taken from a poll of more than 21,000 people, the findings reveal that travellers are in search of a fusion of city

Continue Reading →

Travel Trends for Future Travel

Titan Travel has published its Travel Trends report as the UK government’s roadmap out of lockdown signals a turning point for the industry. Titan Travel has recently released its Travel Trends 2021 report. Looking at the latest booking data, customer research, travel experts and feedback from Titan customers, the document looks at the future trends

Continue Reading →

Summer Airshow Update 2021

The government has recently released its COVID-19 four-step plan to ease lockdown in England, and it looks like we can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel for events and attractions over summer and beyond. But the future of some summer 2021 events still hangs in the balance with the recent cancellation

Continue Reading →

← Previous Page