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HOLIDAYS: UK GREAT DAYS OUT.

ENGLAND

JUNE 19-26 Get into the groove or march in step with the brass bands at Bournemouth's Music Live! Starting today with a Grand Parade of International bands, there's a different musical theme for each day of the festival. Sway to the rhythm of jazz and blues, sing-a-long to great stage hits or listen to golden oldies. Most events are free. Details: 01202 451700, www.bournemouth.co.uk

UNTIL JULY 3 Don't let the grass grow under your feet at the Grassington Festival in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, north of Skipton. Rodney Bewes, Gyles Brandreth and Esther Rantzen are among the guests with performances from the Reduced Shakespeare Company and music ranging from jazz and folk to brass band and swing. Music is free. Details: Tickets cost pounds 2- pounds 18. Details: 01756 752691, www.grassington-festival. org.uk

UNTIL JULY 15 Beside the seaside is the theme of the Time and Tide exhibition at Liverpool's Albert Dock. The Colonnades have been transformed into an open-air gallery with a series of panoramas. Details: www.liverpool08.com

SCOTLAND

TODAY Take Dad along to the Vintage Vehicle Gathering at Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, West Lothian. See classic cars, locomotives and motorcycles from transport through the ages. From 11am to 4.15pm. Details: 01506 822298, www.srps.org.uk

WALES

JUNE 25&26 Meet knights in shining armour at the Lion Rampant show at Caldicot Castle in Monmouthshire. Admission is pounds 3.50, including entry to the castle. Details: 01291 420241, www.caldicotcastle.co.uk
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