Make It A British Afternoon
With a new way set forward for the decrease of COVID-19 we are looking forward to things going back to normal and an exciting end to 2020. There’s plenty of Autumn and Winter festivals and events listed on sites such as spiralearth.co.uk and culturewarrington.org.
In the Northwest of England we are famous for exhibitions, sports, fixtures, concerts and museums. The iconic Universities and historical buildings and arenas are conveniently located within the four or five major cities connected to and surrounding Warrington, such as Chester with its Racecourses and its world-famous Chester Zoo, Liverpool Cathedral, University of Manchester and more locally the Haydock Racecourse.
The Grand National Races in Liverpool taking place annually bring approximately 600 million viewers across the Globe and if you are a visitor there are many interesting places to see and things to do in and around the Northwest such as visit the Albert Docks and its vibrant leisure and entertainment Companies and businesses to cater for every type of consumer.
If you take a keen interest in sports you may wish to visit some of the local stadiums such as the Etihad, Anfield, Old Trafford, Cantilever Park or the Halliwell Jones RLFC in Warrington.
The Salford Quays entertainment facilities, the Snowdonia National Park, the High Peaks and the Lake District, Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust at Stratford Upon Avon or even the Birmingham NEC are within a viable travel range from Manchester Airport or Liverpool Airport or any other major public transport facilities and they are but a car journey away from those places.
Any of the above places are from within our travel range and is probably between 20 and 70 minutes journey time.