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 John Park, 32 the Loaning, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K. ML1 3HE

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Blackpool 17-03-2014


Blackpool may have struggled with with the woeful weather, but it's still going to be the place millions of people head to this summer.   On average, 13 million drop in each year, and they've just enjoyed there best ever autumn figures, with more than for million tourists.  Part of the reason behind these figures is that Blackpool never stands still and rests on it's laurels. This year will see a whole host of new events and attractions and the many folk who keep coming back here will tell you it's never the same two years in a row!.   Sand, Sea and spray, the international street festival, takes place from June 13-15, with the top names from urban art heading there.   Live graffiti shows will see all sorts of wonderful art sprayed onto Blackpool's best known buildings, with not a vandal in sight!.   Urban art is growing fast, of course, and can be seen alongside the Old Masters in galleries across the world, so it's a real coup for our favourite seaside resort to clinch this one.  June 13-29 sees Blackpool Armed Forces Week, when the town will celebrate ou military heroes.    There will be free concerts, exhibitions, military and ceremonial tributes and lots more.   Blacpool hosted the very first official UK air show, back in 1909, and August 10 and 11 will see Blackpool Air Show grab the kids' attention yet again.  Jaw-dropping aerobatic stunts and fly-bys will show case some of the most amazing aircraft.   The planes may no longer be in commission but they're only too ready to get up in the sky for Blackpool.  Ride the lights, on August 26, is a unique sneak peek at the Blackpool illuminations, set over six miles of traffic-free space.  You get on your bike to to enjoy it, of course, and there are endless entertainment along the route. The lights themselves come on full time on August 29 right through to November 2, reckoned to be one of the world's finest free light shows.   Prepare to be dazzled and take in an unforgettable sight!.  The comedy carpet is hard to miss, in the shadow of the Tower.    It's one of the largest ever public art installations in the UK, featuring classic comedy lines on what looks like a giant newspaper, under your feet!.  Just pop into Festival house, on the promenade, to get all the info you need for all these highlights and more.   Unveiled by Prince Edward, it's open every day from nine until five.   There are all kinds of keepsakes and memorabilia as well as giant screens showing all this amazing town has to offer. The star of September here is The World Fireworks Championship.    Here, the best pyrotechnic experts battle it out --- setting of a few bangers and sparklers in the back garden will seem tame after this lot.  Of course, there's always lots to do 'way beyond the beach, and Blackpool's Model Village is a must-see.   Hundreds of models and figures set scenes of British life and culture, and it's as fascinating for Brits as many overseas visitors. The biggest little village in Lancashire is really our our own lives in miniature, and an amazing sight to see.     A wander through Stanley Park's 390 acre grounds, with woodland and lakes, takes you away from it all.  Enjoy a quiet lunch at the Art Deco Cafe, and watch the world go by.    Anchorsholme Park offers a full 18 hole mini golf course, bowling greens, pitch and putt and tennis courts for any budding Andy Murrays.   Zip wires and mini climbing walls will hopefully soak up some of the kids' energy and let you get your breath back!.  Blackpool Zoo, on the other hand, is guaranteed to have the young ones jumping for joy.  With over 1,500 animals, most of them very exotic, their little heads will be spinning.   When you need to chill out and give your feet a break, head for the De Vere Village Urban Resort.    Treat the family to a barbeque at the Alfresco Grill, Sup a beer at the Victoria pub, and thank the lord you decided to holiday in Blighty!.  The thing about that horror rain at the start of 2014 is that it brought out the Keep Calm And Carry On in all of us.  But regardless of inclement conditions, Blackpool has tons to enjoy inside, too. Sandcastle Waterpark is the largest indoor facility of it's kind in the UK, and you can marvel at the tropical heat and almost 20 rides and slides.             










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