The park’s season runs from 23rd May to 6th September 2009.
Step in to the magical world of Camelot and be transported back to a time where dragons roam free, King Arthur rules and knights do battle on horseback. Be sure to make a visit to this magical land during the 2009 season and you’ll be sure to have a non-stop fun filled day out from start to finish.
Leave the crowded airport lounges behind this summer and take the kids for a holiday in the UK. Lancashire and Blackpool really know how to put the ‘fun-factor’ in to a break and offer everything from fabulous beaches, glorious countryside and amazing family attractions through to outstanding entertainment and family-friendly accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets.
I didn’t really give it much thought when Kate and I booked to try out the recently opened Go Ape at Rivington – I’ll give anything a try (once). As I stood at the edge of a tree top platform gripping tightly to the rope swing and willing myself to swing out towards the distant cargo net I was beginning to have doubts!
Taking his place on stage in the open plan kitchen is 23 years old sous chef Daniel Southern. Having qualified from Bolton’s catering college in 2003, Daniel spent three weeks doing work experience in France before cutting his teeth in several AA Rosette rated restaurants here in the northwest.
The Burnley Way might be 40 miles but it is conveniently broken down into six separate walks ranging from between 5 and 8 miles. If you are looking for somewhere new to explore this Easter, the Burnley Way might be a good place to start - from industrial heritage to South Pennine Moors - there is plenty to see.