Aug
26
to Aug 27

Blenheim Palace Festival of Transport.

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Photo by Gabriel Ellis on Unsplash

Cars. Lots of them. For the petrolhead photographer (dragging their family along behind), this is a awesome opportunity to see some classic motors and get some great shots. Make sure you visit the amazing house whilst you're there though.

How much is it?
You'll need a Park and Gardens ticket - Adults £16, Child 5-16 £7.40 and Concessions with ID £13. Kids under 5 go free.

Where is it?
Blenheim Palace
Woodstock
Oxfordshire
OX20 1PP

 
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Aug
25
to Aug 27

Notting Hill Carnival

Photo credit: Photo by  Quinten de Graaf  on  Unsplash

Photo credit: Photo by Quinten de Graaf on Unsplash

Yeah, it's not Rio but neither less the Notting Hill Carnival is still street photo cat nip.

How much is it?
Free.

Where is it?
The carnival takes place on the streets of London W10 and W11, usually around Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove, Westbourne Grove, Westbourne Park and Kensal Road.

 
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Aug
24
to Aug 26

Reading Festival.

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Photo by Hanna Tche on Unsplash

A Bank Holiday tradition. Once the haven for indie bands the world over, Reading (and it's sister festival in Leeds) has now gone a bit more eclectic. Headliners this year include Fall Out Boy, Kendrick Lamar and Kings of Leon.

How much is it?
Although it's 'Sold Out', tickets may still be available on the door.

Where is it?
Reading Festival takes place just near the Thames in sunny Berkshire. 

 

Is there a link to more info?
https://www.readingfestival.com

 

 

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