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Summer Newsletter 2016 - Central & North West England

Written by: Elmtree Press

Welcome to the Summer edition of our newsletter, now we are getting geared up for the Summer holidays why not take a look at what's to do over the break with your family and beyond into the Autumn term for schools.

Also remember that if you are thinking of your annual school trip for next year now is a great time to contact us so we can put together a bespoke school trip to your requirements to take the pressure off. Quality accommodation gets booked up well in advance so it's worth taking the time to think about 2017, see our tailor made school trips page for some inspiration or fill out the enquiry form for a quote.

The great British summer is here and whatever the weather, adventure doesn’t stop. Grab your Tribe and come on down to your local forest for some fun at Go Ape. Go Ape is an excellent wet weather activity, and a little bit of rain only makes the course muddier and that extra bit more fun ... read more

Scout Activity Centres have over 100 years’ experience delivering challenge, adventure and fun to young people and welcome thousands of Primary and Secondary school pupils to their network of nine centres across the UK every year ... read more

Central England

The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham is dedicated to inspiring and educating children, offering a host of exciting and informative programmes specifically tailored to support their learning and development ... read more

The Galleries of Justice Museum is the only museum of its kind in Europe and provides a great experience for both families and groups ... read more

The City of Caves consists of a medieval tannery, WW2 air raid shelter and the remnants of Drury Hill Victorian slums. Dig deeper into the history of Nottingham and discover a world beneath your feet in these historic sandstone caves ... read more

In partnership with the country park the SVR offer a special deal for half term breaks and during August. Aimed at Scout, Cub, guide and community groups. It includes a train trip and ranger led activities ... read more

Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm is delighted to announce that after undergoing a major refurbishment, it is complete and ready to reveal its new look ... read more

With children growing up in this age of technology, a visit to Hatton Adventure World allows young minds to explore the countryside in a fun and exciting environment ... read more

It’s baby season at Trentham Monkey Forest. The forest, located in Staffordshire, is delighted to have welcomed 7 new arrivals to the forest in the past few weeks ... read more

Why not use one of the three CCT centres as a base for a family holiday and discover the Peak District, Norfolk Broads or even the free museums in London? Or do some fun and educational days out, to some of the great adventure centres, country parks and historic sites nearby? ... read more

North West England

Prepare for a summer packed full of adventure and plenty of exciting FREE events and fun at the Chill Factore! ... read more

At Safari Zoo they’re passionate about education, so passionate that for 2016 they are giving schools the chance to come Explore  the animal kingdom for FREE ... read more

This summer, The MAD Museum wants to you design a marble machine- inspired rollercoaster. Enter to win MAD prizes. Using inspiration from around The MAD Museum, design your thrilling MAD rollercoaster however you like! ... read more

NCCL delivers enriching learning experiences in legal and heritage sites. These educational visits are immersive and unique ... read more

This summer enrol your children in the Flight Academy at Runway Visitor Centre; enjoy fun and interactive sessions whilst learning all about different aspects of Aviation and Aircraft. Programmes for different age groups are available and charges apply. Book online to ensure a place ... read more

This summer the world’s most popular toy is returning to WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre, along with one new surprise LEGO® brick animal ... read more

Unlike other Historic houses, Leighton Hall loves littlies! Children are not “hushed” or steered away, in fact, quite the opposite. Younger visitors to Leighton Hall have space to play, let off steam and see how we used to live ... read more