Archive for July, 2007

Milton Keynes Tourist Guide

You’ll never be short of something to do in Milton Keynes. Offering some of the most exciting activities and some of the best entertainment experiences in the UK, it is a truly exceptional destination to visit. For shopping

Northampton Out And About

In Northamptonshire’s best kept areas of natural beauty lie a wide variety of country parks, ideal for strolling, sitting or even picnicking. These include Fermyn Woods Country Park – the largest of the country parks in the Northampton area. The wildlife here includes Fallow Deer, Red Kites, Woodpeckers and Purple Emperor butterflies. The oldest country […]

Northampton Tourist Guide

Northampton is situated near junctions 15, 15a and 16 of the M1 motorway. The A45 and A43 go through the town and the A14 is close by to the north. By rail, Northampton railway station is served by the Northampton Loop of the West Coast Main Line, and has regular services to London and Birmingham […]

Northampton Town History

Northampton is a large market town and local government district in central England on the River Nene, and the county town of Northamptonshire, in the East Midlands region. It is the UK’s third largest town without official city status, after Reading and Dudley. In the 18th century Northampton became a major centre of footwear and […]

Northampton Nights Out

Northampton has an exciting mix of nightlife to suit all ages and tastes, whether you are planning a night out with friends, a romantic dinner for two, or an evening at the cinema, you will find it here. If you fancy relaxing with an exotic cocktail in one of the cosmopolitan champagne or vodka bars, […]

Responsible Drinking

Treated responsibly, alcohol is associated with enjoyment and celebration, but it is common knowledge that excessive or inappropriate consumption can cause health and social problems for individuals and society. Local Nights Out promotes responsible drinking. The following guidelines may help you to enjoy your night out responsibly. Know your limit. Set a limit before you […]

Wales Sports Events

The most popular sports in Wales are football and rugby union. Wales, like other constituent nations of the UK, enjoys independent representation in major world sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup, Rugby World Cup and in the Commonwealth Games (however as Great Britain in the Olympics). The Millennium Stadium used by both the […]

Bedford Tourist Guide

The ancient town of Bedford, with its riverside gardens is a major tourist destination. Pretty limestone villages with warm and welcoming inns and pubs are found to the north of the town. Many of these pubs and inns were used by airmen, including Glenn Miller, based at the WWII airbases in the area during the […]

Cardiff Tourist Guide

Cardiff (Welsh: Caerdydd) is the capital and largest city of Wales. Located on the south coast of the country it is administered as a unitary authority. It is in the historic county of Glamorgan. It was a small town until the early nineteenth century and came to prominence as a major port for the transport […]

Cardiff Nights Out

The Cardiff music scene is established and wide-ranging. It is the home to the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Welsh National Opera. It has produced several leading acts itself and, as a Capital City, has acted as a springboard for numerous Welsh bands to go and become famous both nationally and internationally. These include […]