• The Trafford Centre

    he Trafford Centre, Trafford Park, Stretford, Manchester M17 8EH .

    Welcome to The Trafford Centre, the world-renowned shopping, dining and leisure destination where you'll always find must-have brands

  • Alton Towers

    Farley Ln, Alton, Stoke-on-Trent ST10 4DB .

    Alton Towers Resort is a theme park and resort complex in Staffordshire, England, near the village of Alton. The park is operated by Merlin Entertainments Group and incorporates a theme park, water park, spa, mini golf and hotel complex.

  • Meadowhall

    Suite 1, Meadowhall Centre The Management, The Oasis, Meadowhall, Sheffield S9 1EP .

    Meadowhall is an indoor shopping centre in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. It lies 3 miles north-east of Sheffield city centre, and 2 miles from Rotherham town centre. It is the largest shopping centre in Yorkshire, and currently the twelfth-largest in the United Kingdom.

  • Flamingo Land Resort

    Kirby Misperton, Malton .

    Flamingo Land is a theme park, zoo, and resort located in Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire, England. Opened in 1959, it has been owned and operated by The Gibb Family since 2023.

  • Conisbrough Castle Visitor Centre

    Conisbrough, Doncaster DN12 3BX, United Kingdom .

    This romantic castle with stunning views over Conisbrough, inspired Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe and still fires the imagination today. With floors and roof restored in the lofty circular keep you can fully appreciate the magnificence of the original 12th century building. Delve into the medieval world of Lord and Lady de Warenne, and enjoy the grassy areas around the castle walls for games and picnics.

  • Clifton Park

    Doncaster Rd, Rotherham S65 2BH, UK .

    With Yorkshire’s largest free play area, a water splash park, a Fun Park full of rides and rollercoasters and 18 holes of mini golf - there’s bound to be something to keep you and your family occupied at Clifton Park!

  • Ulley Reservoir Country Park

    Ulley Country Park, Aughton, Sheffield S26 3XL .

    Lovely place for a short dog walk. It's about 2.4 miles all the way around or you can add about a mile on by going through the village and down through the fields. Can't help but think there's a huge opportunity missed for a small cafe at the sailing club. Even if it was only open at weekends, dog walkers alone would keep it busy.

  • The Botanical Gardens

    Clarkehouse Road S10 2LN Sheffield .

    Several winding paths take the visitor on an exploration through over 18 different garden areas based on geographical or botanical themes.

  • Rother Valley Country Park

    Mansfield Rd, Sheffield S26 5PQ .

    The Rother Valley Country Park is a country park in the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, close to Rotherham's border with Sheffield and Derbyshire. It covers 3 square kilometres and has four artificial lakes, recreational activities and nature reserves.

  • Manvers Waterfront Boat Club

    The Boathouse, Station Rd, Wath-Upon-Dearne S63 7DG .

    Manvers Waterfront Boat Club was formed in 2008. The club has the use of a purpose built boathouse which is owned and operated by Manvers Lake & Dearne Valley Trust Ltd, a charitable company formed in 2011 to look after the lake and surrounding area.


    Since its formation, the club has grown rapidly to its current size of over 2000 members participating in a wide range of activities. The club currently has sections dedicated to Paddlesports (Canoeing, Kayaking and Stand-Up Paddle Boarding), Triathlon, Running, Dragon Boating, Open Water Swimming, Life Saving, Windsurfing, Angling, Model Boating, Photography and Newfoundland Dog Training.


    The lake is also regularly used by our partners such as Dearne Valley College and other affiliated organisations.

  • Ladybower Reservoir

    Ladybower Reservoir, Peak District National Park,, Hope Valley .

    Ladybower Reservoir is a large Y-shaped reservoir in the Upper Derwent Valley, at the heart of the Peak District National Park. The reservoir was built between 1935 and 1943, and was officially opened by King George VI on 24th September 1945.

    Ladybower was a very attractive location for the storage of water, with its long deep valley and narrow points for dam building. This, combined with the high average rainfall, low population level and heavy demand for water from the industrial towns that surrounded the Peak District, made the case for the reservoir to be constructed.

    The villages of Derwent and Ashopton were flooded to create Ladybower Reservoir and the inhabitants were relocated to Yorkshire Bridge estate, just downstream of Ladybower Dam.

    During the 1990s, the wall of the Dam was raised and strengthened to reduce the risk of 'over-topping' in a major flood.

    Ladybower Reservoir is surrounded by stunning countryside with views of water, woodland and magnificent moorland. The area is a magnet for outdoor-lovers and there many circular walking and cycling routes nearby, plus stunning viewpoints such as Bamford Edge (pictured above).