Syd Barrett, extraordinary founder of Pink Floyd, is a hero of Cambridge's cultural history.

Ninety-minute guided walking tours covering various aspects of the city's history, including the Chester Tour (10.30am and 2pm daily), and a handful of seasonal walks that run from Easter to the end of October...

A scout group has raised nearly £10,000 to build the county's first indoor caving system.

Your chance to take part the world’s largest drawing festival King Canute and the Vikings 11.00am – 4.00pm

A shy young boy from Liverpool is re-christened Billy Fury and becomes one of Britain s best loved rock stars. Now in it...

10 left  Half-price! Adult tickets for The Centre for Computing History Now only £3.50

A special opportunity to experience a creative writing workshop with former Cheshire poet laureate, Joy Winkler. With or...

Whisk your loved one away on a romantic short break in your local area

Things aren't done by halves around Chester, where you'll find the country's largest aquarium Blue Planet...

Find us at: Stone House Lane Peckforton, Tarporley, CW6 9TN

Chester's oldest timber-framed building is this 1664 pub, which is more modern inside than its exterior suggests – there was no carpeting, darts boards or TVs showing sport in the original!

Find us at: 110 Centre Park Square, Warrington, WA1 1QA

After a total sell-out Autumn run, a performance on Live at the Apollo plus numerous TV appearances on Mock The Week, 8 ...

At the Mill Pub in Cambridge in 1965, a young musician named Syd Barrett started Pink Floyd.

Simon Radley's formal restaurant (you're instructed to arrive 30 minutes early for drinks and canapés) has served near-perfect Modern British cuisine since 1990, when it was first awarded the Michelin star that it ha...

Making Music Concert Promoters' Group Artists “A stunning, beautiful sound” - BBC Radio 2This British a cappella en...

Runs 30-minute and two hour-long cruises up and down the Dee, including a foray into the gorgeous Eaton Estate, home of the Duke and Duchess of Westminster...

Date(s)/Time: Friday 21 Oct 2016, 8:00pm Ticket Price: £16 (£17 inc online booking fee) Location: Pyramid Comedy Buy Now...

10 left  Half-price! Children's tickets for The Centre for Computing History Now only £2.50

Date(s)/Time: Wednesday 26 Oct 2016, 7:30pm Ticket Price: £22.50 (£23.50 inc online booking fee) Location: Parr Hall Mus...

A marvellous example of an Elizabethan half-timbered hall, Speke Hall is filled with gorgeously timbered and plastered rooms...

With a modern leisure centre and stylish restaurant, Daresbury Park is a 3-minute drive from the M56 motorway. Chester, ...

Orphan Sophie is snatched from her bed at the witching hour by a hooded 24-feet tall figure.

Steps at the back of St John the Baptist Church (Vicar's Lane) lead down to the riverside promenade known as the Groves. Here you can hire different kinds of boats with pedals, oars or small engines...

Chilling scary, absorbing and well worth a visit. Top notch acting to enthral and terrify!

Hell or High Water is a magnificent neo-western, a joy to watch.

Dirty DC make their’ regular Winter visit to the Box! Dirty/DC have been playing throughout the UK and Europe since 1998...

The film of the book - a different place, but the same characters, which just about works!

 Up to £31 off 1 year Member-Plus-One membership at the Picturehouse Was £80

The UK's 3rd longest-running film festival, the Cambridge Film Festival returns 20th October

Find us at: Holly Tree Farm, Chester Road, Tabley, Knutsford, Cheshire,

Things to do in Weaverham

Woody Allen's latest film is witty and beautifully shot but isn't as good as his best work

A prize Lancaster bomber, famous for its service in World War II, is to be restored

Come along to Warrington Museum for a free drop-in craft activity between 10am and 2.45pm.  Make a spooky Halloween deco...

Full (75 minutes) and short (30 minutes) tours of Chester Cathedral, including a climb to the top of the bell tower.

We hope that you’ve found plenty of fun and free things to do in Weaverham, if we’ve missed any of your local favourites then do let us know. We aim to be the best website to help adults, families and children find great new ideas for places to go and stuff to do in your free time. There’s hopefully something for everyone here of all ages and interests.

Find us at: Cobblers Cross Lane Forrest Road, Tarporley, CW6 0DJ

One of a number of warehouse conversions along the Shropshire Union Canal (now known as the Canal Quarter), this cafe-bar serves sandwiches and smaller bites as well as tasty main courses like sea trout in a sweet pe...

Come along to Warrington Museum for our free drop in activities.  Make a Monstrous Mask for Halloween.

Date(s)/Time: Monday 24 Oct 2016, 2:00pm Ticket Price: £10/£8/£30 Family Ticket (£11/£9/£34 inc online booking fee) Loca...