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We round up some of the month's best events for you to visit around the country...
5 – 7 JULY
Cardiff will become home to all things food and fun this July when the Cardiff Food and Drink Festival comes to town.
Set at the Roald Dahl Plass, the popular weekend festival showcases exotic street foods from all over the globe as well as delicious local and home-grown produce.
Now in its 20th year, the festival has grown bigger than ever and in addition to the wide variety of food and drink, you can also enjoy live music and entertainment whilst taking in the surrounding sights.
Nearest Club Site: Bracelands CitF
5 – 20 JULY
A summer of art
Saint Just in Cornwall is hosting the annual Lafrowda Festival this year to help celebrate art in the community.
The two-week-long event will see the entire town taken over by live bands, talent shows, choirs and an unmissable procession. Still going strong since its creation more than 20 years ago, this community arts festival is one of the most highly-anticipated events of the year, showcasing the best in Cornwall’s theatre, art and music scenes.
Nearest Club Site: Sennen Cove
Worldwide Motorhoming Holidays’ next Worldwide Presentation Day takes place on 9 July, based at the Woodland Grange in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. This event is perfect for members planning a worldwide holiday or simply seeking travel inspiration. The Presentation Days offer travel advice and the opportunity to speak directly with Tour Escorts.
This year’s presentation will cover South Africa, New York, Japan, Argentina, Sri Lanka and more. The event will also include a buffet lunch and a prize draw to win a £500 voucher. Spaces are limited, so be sure to book early to secure a place.
Nearest Club Site: Kingsbury Water Park
12 – 14 July
Golden sands and great music
Head down to Devon for the brand-new Tunes on the Sands music festival, taking place at the beautiful Blackpool Sands beach, near Dartmouth. With blue sea on one side and lush forest on the other, the festival will feature performances from both national and international artists, such as the Hoosiers, Newton Faulkner, UB40 and KT Tunstall. In addition, the festival will include a gin terrace, a silent disco, street food stalls, and even a circus.
Nearest Club Site: Dartmouth
19 – 28 JULY
Something a little different
Enjoy the very best in chamber music at the Music at Paxton summer festival. Set in the beautiful Paxton House, which lies in the middle of the Scottish Borders besides the River Tweed, the festival will see renowned pianists, violinists and choirs put on a riveting show filled with jazz, folk and choral music. Featured artists include the likes of Pavel Kolesnikov, Tom Poster, and the Albion Quartet. The programme will also include a family concert and a meet the musicians Q&A session.
Nearest Club Site: Dunbar
25 – 28 JULY
Folk for all folk
With Morris dancing and ceilidh bands aplenty, the Warwick Folk Festival will be celebrating its 40th birthday this July. The festival captures the true folk spirit and extends into all parts of the Midlands town, with everything from pubs to restaurants and cafés taking part and hosting performances. The festival features a stellar line up including Billy Bragg, Skerryvore, Karen Casey, and Nancy Kerr. The festival will also feature a beer tent, acoustic music, and even a swimming pool, guaranteeing a great time for all.
Nearest Club Site: Kingsbury Water Park
27 – 28 JULY
Get back to nature
The Festival of Wildlife is returning to Hertfordshire this July, giving visitors a chance to explore the stunning Panshanger Park and its many woodlands, wetlands, grasslands, reedbeds, and abundance of wildlife. The event includes a number of different walks, family activities, and insight into conservation efforts. Bird watching and bird ringing (catching, marking and releasing) demonstrations will also be available, as will a visit to a Longhorn cattle enclosure. Don’t forget to stop by the old oak tree, thought to be over 400 years old.
Nearest Club Site: Hertford
SHEENA RAMCHURN | 30 June 2019