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Our guide to the very best of the UK's lifestyle 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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    Series of regional visits marking the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year continues with trip to the West Midlands. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh travel to Hereford, Worcester, Birmingham, and Shropshire.   Read more

  • ¡VAMOS! Festival ¡VAMOS! Festival Lifestyle

    Newcastle's Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking communities hold activities and events throughout the year, but celebrations culminate with the annual ¡VAMOS! Festival. Combining arts, food, music, education and sports events, it takes place in venues throughout the city and everyone's invited.

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  • 100% Design. Courtesy of Philip Vile 100% Design Lifestyle

    100% Design is the UK's definitive contemporary interiors show, bringing the latest in cutting-edge talent to the Earls Court Exhibition Centre. Over 400 international exhibitors display their latest work to more than 35,000 visitors.  Read more

  • Campsight at dawn. Courtesy of 2000trees Festival 2000trees Festival Lifestyle

    The 2000trees festival is one of the leading small festivals in the British summer calendar. This intimate and friendly event, which takes place at Upcote Farm in Cheltenham, has become an inspiring and chilled out haven for music fanatics.

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  • Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) Lifestyle

    Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) is a super-sized venue located at Bridge of Don. It hosts concerts and performances by the biggest names in music and comedy, as well as major sports events, trade shows and exhibitions.  Read more

  • Abergavenny Food Festival - Apple Stall with the Clock Tower beyond. Photo by Toril Brancher, courtesy of Abergavenny Food Festival Abergavenny Food Festival Lifestyle

    The Abergavenny Food Festival is a highlight of the Welsh culinary calendar. The event offers visitors tasting opportunities, cooking demonstrations, and a chance to talk to famous foodies and established and up-and-coming chefs and authors.  Read more

  • Afternoon tea at The Orangery. Photo courtesy of Kensington Palace Afternoon Tea at The Orangery in Kensington Gardens Lifestyle

    Built for Queen Anne in 1704, The Orangery in Kensington Gardens provides the quintessential English afternoon tea in opulent and peaceful surroundings. Fruit scones with clotted cream and jam, traditional cakes and neatly-cut sandwiches tempt many a tourist and families on a day out.  Read more

  • The smart bar of Albannach Bar and Restaurant in Trafalgar Square, London Albannach Lifestyle

    The Albannach Restaurant and Bar is a sleek, Scottish-inspired nightspot on Trafalgar Square in central London. Come for the best selection of malt whiskies in London and arguably the tenderest serving of Buccleuth beef in the capital. 'Albannach' means 'a Scot'.  Read more

  • All Saints Church, Maidenhead. Courtesy of Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead All Saints Church Lifestyle

    All Saints Church in Maidenhead town centre is surrounded by the vicarage, clergy houses, former school and almshouses. Don't miss the stained glass, marble columns and huge brass eagles on the lectern at this Victorian church, built with multi-coloured bricks.  Read more

  • All Star Lanes Brick Lane. © RedShift Photography All Star Lanes Luncheonette Lifestyle

    Boutique bowling venue All Star Lanes on London's Brick Lane is also home to the classy 1950s-style Luncheonette diner. Red leather benches and retro rock 'n' roll make this the place for adventurous cocktails, quality burgers or fabulous American soul food.  Read more

  • Looking over from Alnmouth to the cross on the other side of the Aln, marking the spot on Church Hill of the original church before the river's course changed in 1806, cutting off the church Alnmouth Friary of St Francis Lifestyle

    Alnmouth, nestling on the north bank of the Aln as it meets the North Sea, was an important port in years gone by. It is now home to a Franciscan Friary, housed in one of the most beautiful settings of any in the province, open to both day visitors and those needing a spiritual recharge over a longer period.  Read more

  • Alresford Agricultural Show Lifestyle

    Held in beautiful Tichborne Park, the Alresford Agricultural Show prides itself on remaining traditional. It featuring livestock competitions, trade stands, horticultural displays, rural crafts and a dog show.  Read more

  • Ammerdown Centre. Courtesy of Ammerdown Centre Ammerdown Centre Lifestyle

    The Ammerdown Centre in Bath is a little-known Somerset oasis "dedicated to peace, tranquillity and reconciliation". Feed your mind and soul, tap into the huge menu of events, activities and courses, or just drop in and chill out.  Read more

  • A rare sight - the Anchor & Hope before the queues for food begin! Photo courtesy the Anchor & Hope Anchor & Hope Lifestyle

    With four already successful gastropub entrepreneurs in charge - Jonathan Jones & Robert Shaw (ex St John), Harry Lester and Mike Belben (Eagle and Fox) - and a great location on the Cut in Southwark, the traditional Anchor & Hope pub offers great food in a convivial setting.  Read more

  • The Anchor Bankside, from where Pepys saw London burn and still the best place from which to see St Paul's. Photo courtesy Anchor Bankside Anchor Bankside Lifestyle

    From where did Pepys watch the Great Fire of London? The Anchor Bankside of course. The view of the Thames may have changed but you can still sample fine ales in the riverside beer garden, or keep your head low if you drink inside.  Read more

  • Anglesey Agricultural Show Lifestyle

    The Anglesey Agricultural Show is North Wales' premier agricultural event. Each August up to 50,000 people convene at the Anglesey Agricultural Showground to view prime livestock and enjoy a programme featuring horticultural displays, gun-dog trials and sheep shearing.  Read more

  • Ardingly Antiques and Collectors Fair Lifestyle

    Eagle-eyed collectors and antiques enthusiasts hunt for gems at the Ardingly Antiques and Collectors Fair, held at the South of England Showground. Hundreds of stalls sell everything from 19th-century silverware to textiles, ceramics and paintings.  Read more

  • Art in the City Lifestyle

    Cornwall's beauty has inspired artists for centuries, so it's fitting the capital Truro should now host its own arts festival. Art fairs, painting master-classes and special exhibitions take place in galleries and open spaces throughout Truro during its fortnight-long run.

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  • Ashbourne Show Lifestyle

    Thousands of visitors gather at Ashbourne's Polo Ground to enjoy a day out at the town's annual agricultural show. With a variety of classes for cattle and sheep, the competition is keen. There's a vintage tractor and classic car parade too.  Read more

  • Athelhampton House and Gardens Lifestyle

    Athelhampton is often cited as one of the finest examples of 15th-century domestic architecture in the country. Essentially a medieval house, it is surrounded by walls and courts, with a great hall, an oriel window and a unique timbered roof.  Read more

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