Hen & Stag Do Ideas
Hen and Stag Do’s are brilliant for bonding and helping guests to know each other before the big day. But if you’re the best man or bridesmaid with the tricky task of finding something to suit everyone from the young cousin to the Bride’s father we’re here to help with our ideas to keep them all smiling.
Up for a bit of competition? You’ll find it here:
Bramcote Mains 4×4
Golf on the world famous Ryder Cup courses at the Belfry or Marriot Forest of Arden
Scare yourselves silly on the roller coasters at Drayton Manor theme park
Fancy a drink or two?
Brewery tour and a pint at Church End Brewery
A glass of wine on Buzzards Valley Vineyard tour
Angel Ale House CAMRA pub
Or for something out of the ordinary
Learn how to Morris Dance! With Ansley Morris Men or Anker Morris Men
Find out about the author George Eliot, her life and inspiration from The George Eliot Fellowship
Hire a steam train or drive the train on the Battlefield Line
Get up close with the animals at Twycross Zoo
Hire your own Blue Badge Tourist Guide and take a tour around the local sights.
Life’s little indulgences
Take afternoon tea in the private room at Planters Garden Centre or Lea Marston Hotel
Be pampered with a spa experience at Lea Marston or the Belfry
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Family days out in Northern Warwickshire
Burn off some energy at our country parks or stroll along the peaceful Coventry or Fazeley canals? Whether you love books, adventure or animals we have some fantastic places for you to visit in North Warwickshire.
Uncover George Eliot Country
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10 ideas for a rainy day
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