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Things to do in Swadlincote

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Ranked #1 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
A cookery school in the grounds of the Catton Hall Estate. Beautifully located & open at set times.
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Ranked #2 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
Category: Forests; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Cultural
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Ranked #3 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
Category: Ski/ Snowboard Areas; Sports
Owner description: We are a large leisure facility & dry ski slope providing Skiing, Snowboarding, Toboggan and Sno-tubing with a fully licensed... more » Owner description: We are a large leisure facility & dry ski slope providing Skiing, Snowboarding, Toboggan and Sno-tubing with a fully licensed bar and restaurant. We also have a brand new activity 'The Viper Slide' opening July 2012. We offer Lessons, Open Practice Sessions, Ski and Snowboard Clubs, Birthday Parties, Weddings, Christening and much more! Call our friendly and helpful staff for more details. « less
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Ranked #4 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
Category: Gardens; Specialty Shops; Outdoors
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Ranked #5 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
Category: Shops; Shopping
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Ranked #7 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #8 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
Category: Museums
Owner description: Sharpe's Pottery Museum is home to the local heritage of Swadlincote and surrounding areas, the iconic building is home to... more » Owner description: Sharpe's Pottery Museum is home to the local heritage of Swadlincote and surrounding areas, the iconic building is home to the Museum Collections & Exhibitions, Swadlincote Tourist Information Centre, Cafe Espresso & The Magic Attic Archives. We have a function room for hire that is suitable for meetings or family celebrations; there is also a cafe that opens out on to a children's playzone on the ground floor along with the Tourist Information and Gift Shop. The upper floor is home to a large exhibition area, a walk way that showcases the 'old kiln' and the extensive historic archives compiled by The Magic Attic. There is Disabled Access to all areas with a lift to enable access to the upper floor, toilet facilities for diabled visitors can be found on both levels. We have adjacent Free Parking and Brown Signed Car Parking within a few hundred yards, ALL parking in Swadlincote is Free of Charge. We are open Monday to Saturday 10am - 4.30pm with last entry to view the Museum at 4pm, Spring & Summer Bank Holiday Monday Opening Times are 10am - 3pm. « less
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Ranked #9 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
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Ranked #10 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
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Ranked #11 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
Category: Forests; Outdoors
Owner description: The National Forest is one of England’s most ambitious environmental projects. Across parts of Leicestershire, Derbyshire and... more » Owner description: The National Forest is one of England’s most ambitious environmental projects. Across parts of Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire, 200 square miles are being transformed, blending ancient woodland with new planting to create a new national Forest. There is a wealth of choice for great days out or short breaks with bustling attractions, gentle walking and brilliant activities. In less than twenty years, one of the least wooded parts of the country has been transformed. Around 8 million trees have been planted, trebling the woodland cover and creating habitats for wildlife and a beautiful landscape for people to enjoy. The ultimate goal is for woodland to cover around a third of the Forest area and to link the ancient forests of Charnwood and Needwood.The gentle undulating landscape is perfect for walking, cycling and horse-riding. And through the creation of new habitats, The National Forest is an ideal location for bird and wildlife watching.From watersports to wildlife watching, cycling to craft centres and loads of wet weather options too, The National Forest really does have something for everyone. And in this ever-changing landscape as the Forest grows, one thing is guaranteed, there is always something new to see. « less
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Ranked #12 of 14 attractions in Swadlincote
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