June already! How the year is flying! Now the sun has shown its face, Here’s what’s happening on our doorstep this June here at Heron Lakes!
With so much happening this summer, there is a lot to choose from. Here at Coastline Leisure we have put together a little guide of what to do this June in the home of our Park, Heron Lakes.
Wanting to stay away from the coast? East Yorkshire has so much to offer. Try the beautiful and historic village of Beverley only 10 minutes away. Another option not much further, only 11 miles from Heron Lakes is the City of Culture, Hull.
A great experience for art, food and culture alike.
From street food to specialist markets have something for every taste.
Zebedee’s Yard street food night is a must for the foodies out there. Classic burgers, Greek food, Vietnamese food and more are
all found in the one location with live music by local bands and bars of all types thrown in. Held on the 7th of June from 4pm. Its a great way to end a day exploring the city.
To do your part for Local business’s on your visit. Humber bridge farmers market and Beverley’s historic Saturday market are a must visit. Both markets offer a great selection of local produce including fruit, vegetables and a wide range of local meat as well as amazing vendors from Indian Food to coffee to pork pies and pastry goods. I would recommend the Curries they areparticularly tasty!
These two markets wouldn’t be complete with just produce, no they go one further by having a great mix of local businesses selling items such as honey, flowers, vintage and everything in between. A great way to stock up on ingredients for the week a head or even to grab something for a relaxing morning brunch in the sun.
Beverley market is held every Saturday 8pm till 4pm and the Humber Bridge Farmers Market will be the 3rd of June 9am till 1pm.
Buying a local piece of art or a souvenir?
Beverley and Hull are great for market showcasing Local arts and craft. With the City of Culture came a flourish of art and local talent as artist, crafters and makers being given funding to start up business there is so much choice. From Prints to Ceramics to fabric crafts.
In Beverley on the 2nd of June you will find a craft and artisan market at the Flemingate centre. For the Hull area, Humber street Market is brilliant for unique items. Full of artisanal stalls from soaps and candles, Prints, paper craft and more. Alongside the usual Vintage, record and a selection of craft beers and street food. Third Sunday of every month, 17th June.
Arts Culture and Experiences
Relive a childhood memory with the Clangers, Bagpuss & Co exhibition in the Ferens Art Gallery in the heart of Hull. Explaining how the beloved classic’s by Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate in their distinct stop motion style were brought to life as after all, Emily loved him. See the Art masters up close. As a part of the masterpieces in focus from the royal collection, Van Dyck’s, ‘Charles I’ is on display in the Ferens also. Whilst your there you can experience Cézanne’s post impressionist painting, ‘The Card Players’ all under the same roof this June.
Experience something different in art and observe David Sprakes exhibition ‘Rhythms in sculptures’ at the beverley art gallery.
In the world of performing arts this June we have legally blonde the musical, Mamma Mia!, Some Mothers do ‘ave ’em starring Joe Pasquale and Snake Davis classic sax solos 2, the famous saxophonist famous for working with M people. What a very musical and comical theatre trip indeed.
The dates are as follows Legally Blonde the musical 19th-23rd, Mamma Mia! 31st may- 3rd June, Some Mothers do ‘ave ’em 26th-30th, Snake Davis’ classic sax solos 30th.
A day at the race?
Don the top and tails and the glamorous dresses and make a day of it. As many of you know the British race season has begun and for a change of scenery from markets and exhibitions why not a day at the Beverley races.
Beverley racecourse are hosting three race days this June. A very British race day on the 9th June with the world famous donkey derby and British themed music line up as well as option for afternoon and night races. On the 19th there will be evening races and on the 26th night races.
So as you can see, there’s a lot to see and do this June!
Don’t forget to Come and see us at Heron Lakes.
I hope this inspires you to visit our home park, for full details on its location click here.
If you are interested in seeing what we have to offer at our park or want to meet with one of our friendly team, please do not hesitate in contacting us to arrange an appointment either by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01964 541777.
Emily at Coastline Leisure