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

Tuesday 15th August 2017
Madame Tussauds London this week announced the commission of a new wax figure of the recently appointed Prime Minister and Conservative party leader, Theresa May. These exclusive images show the first stages of the process of creating the wax figure, where the head is moulded in clay before the wax mould is formed.
 
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Monday 14th August 2017
Blenheim Palace has announced it has raised in excess of £200,000 in Gift Aid so far this year.
 
The UNESCO World Heritage Site and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, was officially designated as a charity in January.
 
Its new status has allowed Blenheim Palace to operate the Gift Aid scheme which enables charities to claim back income tax on donations made by visitors who are also UK taxpayers. 
 
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Thursday 3rd August 2017
For any young children out there, the summer holidays are an exciting opportunity to have fun and enjoy the time out of school.
 
For parents, it’s also an excellent chance to spend time together as a family and maybe even enjoy a bit of sunshine. With so much free time, it can be tough figuring out what to do and finding activities that are cheap and entertaining for all.
 
If you’re after some ideas for keeping the kids entertained this summer, take a read of our suggestions and see if any pique your interest!
 
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Monday 31st July 2017
The Kent Mining Museum, due to open at Betteshanger Park near Deal in 2018, have become custodians of over 500 artefacts relating to the history of the Kent Coalfield.
 
The new collection, on loan from Dover Museum, includes mining workwear, signage, equipment and ephemera and will form part of the Museum displays and its research archive. Items of significance include the Snowdown Colliery plant book, offering a valuable glimpse into the working methods of the pit in its early years, 
 
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Thursday 27th July 2017
Blenheim Palace’s unique collection of historical documents and artefacts has been transferred to a new, repurposed archive.
 
Split across three rooms and two floors, the newly renovated facilities are temperature and humidity controlled; providing a stable environment for thousands of objects and documents dating back centuries.
 
The move, which was carried out over five days by Blenheim Palace staff, is part of the Estate’s £40m restoration programme which will also see them re-acquiring key lost works.
 
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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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Thursday 13th July 2017
Today, Madame Tussauds London unveiled its brand new immersive Alien: Escape experience, set to terrify willing guests this summer. Generations have watched the iconic film franchise and now, thanks to the London attraction, brave wannabe crew members can step on board the Covenant ship and come face to face with the Xenomorph opening Saturday 15th July. 
 
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Tuesday 11th July 2017
The bright new Kingfisher Kitchen has an exciting new menu, comfy seating and colourful décor. 
 
Whether you’re just popping in to grab a coffee and tasty snack to go, or want to linger over a delicious meal with a glass of wine, we’ve got something from our new menu to suit everyone’s taste. 
 
Serving early bird breakfasts, wood fired pizzas, charcuterie boards, hearty soups, jacket popatoes and more. For your little ones they have a range including pizza, pasta and hotdogs. 
 
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Friday 7th July 2017
Courageous teenager Leo Burbidge successfully completed his Mega Mile Challenge at Blenheim Palace at the weekend.
 
Leo, who lives in Woodstock and has cerebral palsy, took on the challenge of walking a mile-long course around the World Heritage Site to raise money for a new minibus for his school.
 
More than 150 friends, family and supporters came out to cheer Leo on and helped raise more than £1,650 on the day. This figure was matched by Blenheim Palace bringing the total figure to in excess of £3,300.
 
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Thursday 6th July 2017

Last night, The National Heritage Centre, which had been one of five finalists in the Art Fund Museum of the Year Award, lost out to The Hepworth Wakefield at a special award dinner at the British Museum in London. Despite not winning Chris Garibaldi, Director of the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art said;

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