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Our guide to the very best of the UK's festivals & heritage events and attractions. We've been busy finding the very best things for you to do, places to visit, and events to attend across the UK in 2012.

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    Food festival celebrates the pleasures of creating and sharing good food and drink in the North East. Focuses on innovative events and unique dining experiences.   Read more

  • 19 Princelet Street, London. Courtesy of Suzi Blum/19 Princelet Street 19 Princelet Street Festivals & Heritage

    19 Princelet Street is a 17th-century Huguenot silk weaver's home in London's East End, dedicated to illuminating Britain's complex immigration-to-integration process from 1700 to present day. Exhibitions on three floors explore the trials and tribulations of the refugee life.  Read more

  • 2000 Trees Festival 2000 Trees Festival Festivals & Heritage

    Green and ethical music festival at Upcot Farm in Gloucestershire, featuring more than 50 new and underground bands and a crowd of 4,500.   Read more

  • 50+ Festival Festivals & Heritage

    Originally the city's Older People's Festival, Aberdeen's city-wide 50+ Festival offers a huge variety of activities. There are three weeks of concerts, tea dances, films, exhibitions, tai chi, dancing and workshops from weaving and watercolour to digital photography.  Read more

  • 80s Rewind Festival - Henley 80s Rewind Festival - Henley Festivals & Heritage

    World's biggest 80s festival features live music, funfairs, fireworks, discos, live karaoke and comedy. Also takes place in Scotland (July). Performers include Heather Small, Jimmy Somerville, Sinitta and the Lightning Seeds.   Read more

  • A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols Festivals & Heritage

    The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at King's College Chapel was first given on Christmas Eve 1918 and has been broadcast worldwide since 1928. No Christmas is complete without the dulcet tones of Once In Royal David's City.  Read more

  • A la Ronde. Courtesy of britainonview A la Ronde Festivals & Heritage

    Completed around 1796 on the orders of the Parminter sisters, this quirky 16-sided house is crammed with mementoes of their Grand Tour through Europe. Don't miss the feather frieze and the hands-on activities, including dressing up in period costume.  Read more

  • A Medieval Christmas at the Tower of London. Courtesy of, © Richard Lea-Hair A Medieval Christmas Festivals & Heritage

    Take a step back in time at the Tower of London's Medieval Palace this Christmas. Visitors can revisit the year 1284 by joining King Edward I and his court for A Medieval Christmas, a lavish gathering with jesters and musicians.  Read more

  • Abandon Normal Devices Festivals & Heritage

    Manchester's Abandon Normal Devices (AND) festival investigates how we conjure a sense of normality through external devices and means. It sounds complicated, but it's a mandate that's transmitted through accessible films, installations and debates - at a level everyone can understand.  Read more

  • Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week 2012 Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week 2012 Festivals & Heritage

    The largest, longest-running and most prestigious international sailing regatta in the world. The gala includes an array of social events, from live bands in the Yacht Haven to cocktail parties, balls, Ladies Day and a spectacular fireworks display.   Read more

  • Tossing the caber at the Aboyne Highland Games, Aberdeenshire Aboyne Highland Games Festivals & Heritage

    The traditional Aboyne Highland Games, held on Aboyne Green, have been running since 1867, though can trace gatherings as far back as 1703. They offer the "heavy" sports (shot-putting, hammer-throwing and caber-tossing) as well as bagpiping and Scottish dancing.  Read more

  • Access all Eirias Access all Eirias Festivals & Heritage

    Orchard Entertainment, in partnership with Conwy County Borough Council, is delighted to be bringing Olly Murs to his first major outdoor event in North Wales as headline artist of the inaugural ‘Access All Eirias’ event at Eirias Stadium in Colwyn Bay. The annual Access All Eirias concert will be the first major event to be held at the newly redeveloped and renamed Eirias Stadium   Read more

  • Bikers annually celebrate the Ace Café Reunion. Courtesy of Ace Café London Ace Café Reunion Festivals & Heritage

    Disciples of chrome and leather descend on Brighton's seafront from the original Ace Café (a haven for motorcyclists throughout the 1950s and 1960s) on London's North Circular. Around 40,000 sparkling motorcycles get involved.  Read more

  • After Dark Poster. Courtesy of Yellow Bus Events After Dark & Fireworks Festivals & Heritage

    Celebrate the demise of Guy Fawkes at the After Dark fireworks spectacular at Sheffield's Don Valley Grass Bowl. Attractions include a bonfire, family funfair, fire jugglers, musical accompaniment to the display itself and plenty of food and drink.  Read more

  • Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival Festivals & Heritage

    Performing arts festival, running alongside the Salisbury Food & Drink Festival takes place in the beautiful historic city of Salisbury. Invites top-class international performers from the worlds of theatre, music and dance as well as literary events and the visual arts. Highlights include a screening of the film Senna, music by the Brasil Guitar Duo and an AfroReggae Drumming Workshop.   Read more

  • Airbourne Airbourne Festivals & Heritage

    The South Coast's biggest free air show, Airbourne attracts almost a million visitors to Eastbourne's seafront. The four-day event includes an RAF show, the Red Arrows, flypasts, aerobatic displays, helicopter flights, a birdman competition, simulators, children's attractions and fireworks.  Read more

  • All Ireland Pipe Band Championships Festivals & Heritage

    The All Ireland Pipe Band Championships always draws a fierce set of competitors. In 2011 the event moves back up to "the North" for a year, taking place in Lisburn, County Down.

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  • The Grand Cascade in Alnwick Garden. Courtesy of Alnwick Garden Alnwick Castle Festivals & Heritage

    The Windsor of the North, Alnwick Castle & Garden is the grand seat of the Duke of Northumberland, built by the Norman Conquerors to keep the rowdy Scots in their place. Scenes from two Harry Potter movies were filmed here.  Read more

  • Alnwick International Music Festival Alnwick International Music Festival Festivals & Heritage

    Every year in early August, Alnwick is filled with the sounds and sights of the International Music Festival.Over the eight days 300 international artists perform through music and dance. The focus is firmly upon the teams of dedicated musicians and folk dancers - young and old - who have committed their time and talents to keep their own local folk traditions very much alive.  Read more

  • Stafford's Ancient High House Ancient High House Festivals & Heritage

    The Ancient High House is one of the finest Tudor buildings in the country. Once dominating the skyline of Stafford, it is the largest remaining timber-framed town house in England.  Read more

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