Jolly January Outings In The Midlands
Banish the post-Christmas blues with these great days out
Nottingham Castle’s new family gallery exhibition offers an interactive look at journeys and exploration through dressing up, and exciting quests.
For a tasty treat, head to Birmingham’s Upper New Street and pick up a plethora of seasonal, local foodie goodies. Little fingers will love picking up the wide array of delicious samples on offer including cakes, scones and freshly baked bread.
Nottingham Contemporary invites creative families to get their hands dirty, working together with local artist,Jo Dacombe to create large, personal sculptures.
Green’s Windmill in Nottingham will be providing the flour for keen young bakers to try their hand at creating a delicious British loaf.
January 16, 17
Wrap up in your warmest winter woollies and ascend the spiral staircase at Lincolnshire’s Tattershall Castle for an evening of celestial spotting in conjunction with the BBC’s Stargazing Live programme.
Chinese New Year Celebrations
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Stoke On Trent will be hosting an afternoon of oriental celebrations to mark the Year Of The Dragon. A host of eastern delights will be on offer including dragon dancing, crafts, musical performances, writing and painting.
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