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Bank Holiday Weekend Activities

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Whilst we have featured several stories online regarding Bank Holiday Weekend Events, we have created the list below in case you might have missed something. We have also added Beeston Castle's 'Medieval Events' which will be held on Sunday and Monday.

Have fun ... and don't forget to take some photographs which you can then submit to our online photographic competition.

Saturday, 27 August — the favourite 'Gong/Bath/ Sound Relaxation' sessions at The Studio — 12.30-1.30pm or 1.45-2.45pm. Cost: £10 — ring Jill to book your place on 01829 771895.

Sunday, 28 AugustTattenhall Hall Gardens are open between 2.00-5.30pm — Admission is £4.50, children free. Home made teas will be available.

Saturday, Sunday, Monday 27-29 AugustCheshire Workshops/Candle Factory at Burwardsley are offering 4 x 10g balls of coloured foam clay free of charge with each ceramic model purchased. The foam balls usually cost 50p each — a saving of £2 per child!! — this is a popular 'no mess' activity.

Monday, 29 AugustTattenhall Bowling Club are holding a 'Bank Holiday Monday Fun Day' on the Bowling Green behind the Sportsmans at 2pm (admission on the day).

Sunday and Monday, 28-29 AugustMedieval Beeston between 11.00am-5.00pm. Visit the link to see the full timetable of events

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