Category: Gift Shop

Squirrel at Wellsborough

A unique family business in beautiful surroundings near Market Bosworth , offering arts, crafts and rural interest workshops and experiences. There’s everything from crochet work, needle felting and glass fusion to beekeeping, falconry and photography.

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Kingsbury Water Park

Warwickshire’s Country Parks consist of 5 Country Parks and 3 Greenways with over 1,200 acres of varied habitat and countryside to explore.

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Polesworth Abbey

Visit the Abbey, the Gardens, the Sensory Gardens, access the archeology and (new in 2018) visualisations of the medieval Abbey complex. You’ll be able to see the Medieval Gatehouse and there is a vitual tour of the inside… see what it was like in 1320.

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Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre & Country Park

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park is a unique day out for all the family. Re-live this famous turning point in British history – the death of King Richard III and the birth of the all-powerful Tudor dynasty. The licensed Tithe Barn restaurant offers a variety of breakfast and lunch options as well as afternoon tea in historic surroundings.

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Buzzard’s Valley Vineyard

Overlooking the tranquil Midland countryside of Staffordshire, take a seat in our all-day bar and restaurant. With a fully licensed bar and 22 hand made wooded top tables, we opened the bistro to bring the vineyard to your table.

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Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery

The Museum and Art Gallery is set in the beautiful surroundings of Riversley Park and can be found in the centre of Nuneaton. It contains a reconstruction of George Eliot’s London drawing room of 1870 and many of her personal items as well as local history exhibitions.

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Bedworth Heritage Centre

The Bedworth Heritage Centre in All Saints Square, Bedworth is run by members of the Bedworth Society which is a local civic amenity society, registered with The Civic Trust. The heritage centre is part of the magnificent Nicholas Chamberlaine Almshouses (grade two listed) which were built in 1840. Admission is free.

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Packwood

Surrounded by beautiful gardens and countryside, Packwood was described by a guest in the 1930s as ‘a house to dream of, a garden to dream in’. Lovingly restored at the beginning of the 20th century by Graham Baron Ash, you can discover the detail behind the man, his passion for collecting and his collection.

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