Sites near Hayes accessible during history month

September 14, 2018 by  

A variety of sites in the vicinity of Hayes can be visited during the course of history month.

Access to special sites of historical interest near Hayes will be granted from the middle of September. The bunker in Uxbridge, which is connected to the Battle of Britain, will be the backdrop for several specific events. Printing services in Hayes can be really useful for promotional purposes within a wide range of economic sectors.

The Uxbridge Battle of Britain Bunker will try to cater for the needs of all the family. Workshops will be set up for people of all ages, while talks by experts will provide more detail about the war. The auditorium of the centre is going to be deployed to showcase a classic film. Sir Michael Caine, Sir Laurence Olivier and Trevor Howard all starred in The Battle of Britain.

Meanwhile, Tudor heritage will be celebrated at Manor Farm. The event has been scheduled to last two days. A workshop and a market will be part of the big occasion. Visitors will have the chance to engage with dancing, sword play and music from the period. Shakespeare fans could well find that there is something there to grab the attention.

In addition, a secret garden and listed building will be made accessible to the public in Cranford Park. St Dunstan’s Church, which is situated in the same area, will be open on the same weekend.

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