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LIVE 24-SEVEN


SPOIL YOUR MUM THIS MOTHER’S DAY


IN ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA….


Mother's Day is that one special day in the calendar where we can tell that special lady in our lives just how much she means to us, so now is the time to spoil them rotten! Treat her and the rest of the family to a fabulous day out in Royal Leamington Spa! You will find everything you need in effortless style and have lots of fun along the way all within a 10 minute walk of the town centre!


There are a number of new restaurants to the town centre so why not kick start your day with a ‘Power’ breakfast with the family at Hart + Co on Augusta Place. Here it’s all about family and sharing, so sit back and indulge in their sharing food menu. Enjoy Mediterranean “Stuzzichini” at Valles at 44 on Clarendon Street or speciality cuts from the Butchers Block at Bar + Block, great steak and great value, you can find them in the old bank building on Parade.


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For coffee and tea connoisseurs the town is bursting with options. There is a wealth of independent coffee shops along Regent and Warwick Street, offering artisan coffee from around the world and quintessential English tea rooms, proffering selections of award winning loose leaf teas along with scrumptious treats!


Spend some precious time together as a family. Test your skills in problem solving and teamwork at one of the Town’s new escape room experiences. Choose from Experimental Escape on Warwick Street, Escape Leamington on Park Street and Escape Room Adventures in Bedford Street, all offering 60 minute unique challenges.


Gone are the days when board games were reserved for family reunions during Christmas! Take the kids for an afternoon at The Dice Box where you will find an expanding library full of board games, from Monopoly to Terraforming Mars along with ‘Game Gurus’ who will guide you through your game choice.


So far so good, but you can’t leave Leamington without experiencing it’s unique independent offer. A stroll down Park Street will reveal a number of boutiques, including Chapter and Verse, Lulu’s and Applause offering a great selection of clothes from exclusive brands. Plus find relaxed interior pieces at Collective and Driftwood Home and just around the corner on Regent Street McIntosh & Paul has a selection of beautifully crafted items that will add a touch of luxury to your home. For wonderful products with a story, pay a visit to Fable in Royal Priors Shopping Centre or Ember Home on Parade.


Royal Leamington Spa would not be a Spa Town without a fantastic range of beauty options! Whether it’s a spa day, manicure or tanning session, choose from a number of award winning salons such as Esque, The Spa and Geiko alongside The Tanning Shop and Polished Nail Bar to name but a few.


Last, but certainly not least, promenade along the Parade which is also home to plenty of excellent high street brands including the fabulous Oliver Bonas and indulgent Hotel Chocolat.


Royal Leamington Spa is known as the ‘Hidden Gem’ of Warwickshire for good reason. If the sun is shining take a stroll in the award winning Jephson Gardens. Enjoy the floral displays, take a boat out on the river or admire the beautiful tropical and temperate plants in the Glasshouse. Just across the Parade you will find the recently restored Royal Pump Room Gardens, the town’s ‘village green’ which hosts an abundance of events and festivals throughout the summer months.


For more information see: www.royal-leamington-spa.co.uk


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