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Keep up to date with all the latest news at some of the UK's top attractions.

Thursday 14th June 2018

Coming soon at Hush Heath is a new tasting room created to seat up to 200 visitors, with a rooftop bar and terraces overlooking the 400 acre Family estate.

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Tuesday 17th April 2018

The Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife & Falconry Centre has an exciting new addition to its award-winning Wilderness Walk-through.

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Monday 19th March 2018

Leeds Castle celebrates 40 years of classical concerts on 14th July, one of the most memorable summer evenings in the Kent events calendar.

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Monday 19th March 2018

The Canterbury Tales – Canterbury’s second oldest visitor attraction after the Cathedral – is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2018.

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Tuesday 30th January 2018

Chatham Historic Dockyard is in celebration of it's 400th anniversary!

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Wednesday 10th January 2018

From the tiniest insect to the tallest giraffe, all creatures great and small are being counted by keepers at Marwell Zoo as part of its annual stocktake.

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Monday 23rd October 2017

Cambridge University Botanic Garden is delighted to host the prestigious International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) exhibition. A collection of winning images from its 10 Year Anniversary Exhibition will be on display in the Autumn Garden.

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Monday 23rd October 2017

There are lots of amazing animals at the Tropical Butterfly House, however it’s the free flying birds who have stolen the show of late.

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Wednesday 19th July 2017
The new trail, to be launched on Saturday 22nd July, is aimed at families with primary school aged children and will take visitors around the Garden to meet fabulous flowers and find out about the groovy creatures that pollinate them.
 
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Tuesday 6th June 2017

The Tropical Butterfly House has had an unusual guest recently… a little owl was brought in by visitor Paul Tredgett. Mr Tredgett, of Killamarsh, Sheffield, found the owl in the middle of Marsh Lane at Eckington in Sheffield. The owl remained in the middle of the road and did not move when approached, upon closer inspection the owl appeared to have an eye infection. Mr Tredgett picked up the owl so that it wouldn’t get any further injuries on the busy road, and placed him on the passenger seat of his car.

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