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Silverstone Racing Circuit - Nr Towcester

At the home of the FORMULA1(tm) Foster's British Grand Prix, Silverstone is recognised as the Home of British Motor Racing. Silverstone stages some of the largest international and domestic motorsport series in the world, including rounds of the British Touring Car Championship, the British Superbike Championship and World Superbikes. Silverstone offers a variety of event and corporate facilities, including driving experiences, track days, hospitality opportunities, and the Silverstone Motorsport Academy - the UK's leading race tuition and driver coaching centre. Silverstone also offer a range of driving experience gifts.

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Woburn Golf and Country Club

Woburn Abbey and the surrounding Estate provide a stunning backdrop and historical setting for Woburn Golf Club. Whilst the Club is quiet and secluded, it is centrally located just 10 minutes from Junction 13 off the M1, 15 minutes from Central Milton Keynes and just over an hour from London, Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge.

Home to the Duke's, Duchess and Marquess courses, Woburn was the first 54 hole venue to have all three courses featured in Golf Monthly Magazine's Top 100 Courses in the UK and Ireland and Golf World Magazine's Top 100 Courses in Britain and Ireland. Having hosted almost sixty professional tournaments it is the ideal venue for corporate, group or society golf days. In addition, Woburn also offers mid week green fee packages for individual golfers and parties of all sizes.

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Milton Keynes Centre

Visitors often remark on how different Milton Keynes is when they see our tree-lined boulevards, a clean, green environment and clean-cut modern buildings. The town has so much to offer with one of the biggest shopping centres in the country, an indoor ski slope with "real" snow and the most successful theatre outside the West End. The nearby Theatre District offers a wide variety of eateries and clubs and there are leisure and sporting facilities to suit just about everyone. The area is also chock full of history.Milton Keynes' wonderful parks and waterways provide a landscape and environment many towns and cities would envy.

Gullivers Dinosaur and Farm Park

Get up close and personal to fearsome dinosaurs and fantastic farmyard animals at Milton Keynes.  

Explore the Lost World of the Living Dinosaurs where we have unleashed more than 30 roaring dinosaurs across the park. Meet our 'living' pre-historic giants and after your Jurassic adventure stop by the farmyard to see all kinds of amazing animals. 

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Wicksteed Park

Wicksteed Park is this country's oldest leisure park and consists of 150 acres of parkland and lakes with over 40 rides and attractions for both young and old alike. There are Roller Coasters, Carousel, Double Pirate Ship, Ferris Wheel, Dodgems and Laser Tag. There are 2 free playgrounds for smaller children and many junior rides including Astroglide and Mini Jets . Also available are various food outlets, sweets, gifts and craft shops. Function rooms are available and can cater for up to seven hundred for a sit down meal, a civil wedding licence is also held.There is no better place for a traditional family picnic than in our 150 acres of beautiful parkland. The perfect place to unwind since 1921.Opening Times;March 19th to 2nd October. Christmas events take place weekends from 20th November then daily from 17th December.

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Santa Pod Raceway

Santa Pod hosts over 50 events including:National drag race meetings, modified car shows, VW Beetle &Camper festivals, Japanese performance car events, retro &classic car events, Run What Ya Brung (RWYB) and Drift What Ya Brung (DWYB) public track days.

Enjoy VIP / corporate hospitality and fantastic family days out in the heart of England (on the border of Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire) and see Top Fuel Dragsters, Jet Cars, Rocket Bikes, Monster Trucks, Drifting, Stunt Displays and much more.

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Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park, once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers, is now a vibrant heritage attraction, open daily to visitors.

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Althorp House


Althorp was built in 1508, by the Spencers, for the Spencers, and that is how it has remained for over 500 years.

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