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About Tilly travel

50 something who enjoys being out and about, but doesn't always have the time :)

Tatton Park

Tatton Park Knutsford Cheshire WA16 6QN Admission, car parking £6.00 but this gives you access the one thousand acres of parkland, pools and deer parks. Admission to gardens £6.00 Tatton garden is set in 50 acres so it’s not too … Continue reading

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Summertime in Southside

Summertime in Southside. Birimgham 17th/18th June 2017 Free Birmingham is really good at putting on a free  event/festival and this years Summer in Southside was no different. Southside was turned into countryside for two whole days. There was loads of … Continue reading

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Bearwood Street Festival

  Bearwood High st. Sandwell Admission free One off event Bearwoods first street festival took place on the 11 June, and given that it was the first and done without any help from the council it was really good. The … Continue reading

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Mevagissey Muesum

Mevagissey Museum East Wharf, Inner Harbour Mevagissey Cornwall  PL26 6QR Admission Free THE MUSEUM BUILDING ​ The building that houses the museum Dates from 1745 and it was part of a boat builder’s yard that  extended to the far corner … Continue reading

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Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre Porthcurno Penzance Cornwall TR19 6JU Admission Adults £5.00′ 15 and under £2.50′ under 2 free. As you descend the steep steps you could be forgiven for believing you had been transported back in time to a Roman … Continue reading

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewan, St.Austell, Cornwall, PL26 6EN Admission Adults £14.50 OAP £12.50 Children 17 £12.50 Under 5 free. Heligan was the seat of the Tremayne family for more than 400 years. At the end of the … Continue reading

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Charlestown is a beautiful, romantic unspoiled example of a late Georgian working port. Constructed between 1791 and 1801 by Charles Rashleigh. Originally built to export copper and import coal, it was not long before it was being used for the … Continue reading

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