09 Jun Activities to do in the Summer
Aqua Park Rutland
From 26th May 2018, the UK’s largest inflatable aqua park returns to Rutland Water in Leicestershire. The park is now 100m wide and features climbing walls, trampolines, balance bars, rockers, rollers and the UK’s biggest jumps and slides.
Due to the high interest already received, visitors are encourage to pre-book at www.aquaparkrutland.co.uk. Tickets for the park are priced at £20.00 off-peak and £22.00 peak for a 50 minute session. Tickets for The Beats II are separate and cost £20.00 off-peak and £22.00 peak with a minimum age of 18 years old.
Visitors to the park must be eight years and over, 1.3m tall and be able to swim 50 metres unaided in a buoyancy vest. Buoyancy vests are provided and wetsuits are included in the ticket price.
Aqua Park Rutland is located at Bull Rig Lane, Whitwell, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 8BL and can be contacted on:
- 01780 693 201
- On Facebook: facebook.com/AquaParkRutland/
- On Twitter: @AquaParkRutland
- On Instagram: @AquaParkRutland
For summer, the Sunborn London super yacht hotel is delighted to announce the launch of its pop-up champagne deck, in partnership with Laurent-Perrier. This wonderful summer pop-up serves specially-created champagne cocktails alongside bespoke canapés in an elegant outdoor setting on the top deck of Sunborn’s luxurious yacht overlooking London’s scenic city skyline.
The pop-up is running from 27th April – 3rd September 2018 and will be open daily from noon-10pm. Moored in the Royal Victoria Docks, the sleek Sunborn yacht offers breath-taking views across the London cityscape, with sophisticated interiors drawing upon classic sailing glamour.
The Suborn London is located at Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1AA.
The phone number is +44 (0) 203 714 8111 and the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information visit www.sunbornhotels.com/london/location/
The Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival
This award-winning festival takes place on 14th and 15th July around Weymouth’s picturesque harbour. This festival is free to attend and is a great day out for all the family, with chef demos and gorgeous seafood and champagne. The Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival attracts over 50, 000 people from across the country and raises funds for the Fisherman’s Mission- a vital port of call for fishermen and their families.
This festival offers so much more than food and drink, with organisers working hard to enrich the visitor experience exploring the seafood journey. Highlights include:
Badger Sett– This year, you can Learn more about Dorset’s favourite beers in these delicious tasting sessions. Expert tutorials, tastings and food pairing with Hall & Woodhouse experts Mark Woodhouse, Chairman and Toby Heasman, Head Brewer. At the Ship inn, Custom House Quay. Only £5 person
Seafood Trail- Put your thinking caps on and your best foot forward to explore this free family friendly trail. Search for clues high and low along old harbour, and up and around the beautiful Nothe Gardens. Meet the Nothe mice, play traditional games at the stone pier and keep an eye out for questions to complete your trail. With an incredible family holiday to be won at one of Dream Cottages 5* Weymouth properties and fun activities to see and do along the way, the Dream Dorset Trail is the perfect family addition to the Seafood Festival.
- The trail will run from 10am-4pm Saturday 14thand Sunday 15th July
- Maps will be provided by Dream Cottages for free
- The first 500 children per day will win an artisan edible medal
- You must complete the trail questions to be in with a chance of winning.
The Kids Zone- The Fishermen’s Mission will be curating a family workshop – free for all the family! With Pottery making and basket weaving for all the family to get stuck in with. Materials are provided, and helpers are on hand to aid with the creative flow!
Demo Stage- Confirmed chefs so far include; Saturday: Sophie Michell, Neil Rankin & Ed Baines and the Sunday chefs include much loved Duncan Lucas, CJ Jackson from Billingsgate and Pete Murt from Rick Steins.
For more information, visit www.dorsetseafood.co.uk or follow them on Twitter @dorsetseafood or Facebook Dorset Seafood Festival.
Paus is a new Scandinavian lifestyle trend to appear in the Cambridgeshire countryside. Paus is inspired by the Scandis’ laid back lifestyle and love affair with water and wood. It is a new relaxation centre comprising wood fired, red cedar hot tubs and sauna in the picturesque hill top of Bourn. All the tubs are exposed to the natural elements so bathers can enjoy a canopy of vast sky and acres of rolling countryside
Paus is set to open in July and visitors will enjoy soaking in the wood fired tubs, whilst sipping a complimentary drink of choice. Cool pools provide an opportunity to refresh before heading to the Terraza where a range of delicious, healthy meze can be enjoyed sat by the open fire. PAUS will also be hosting a number of exclusive events throughout the year, from outdoor cinemas to yoga, hands-on workshops and author’s readings. Tickets will be on a first come first served basis.
Tickets will range from £35 to £80 for a day’s relaxation and can be purchased from the PAUS website and memberships will be available nearer the launch. Walk-ins are welcome but this will be on a first come first served basis, as space is limited.
For more information visit www.pauscambridge.com.