Things To Do in London this October

The nights are rapidly pulling in and our weekend days seem to be getting shorter; however, the autumn chill doesn’t have to mean less fun. There’s plenty to do in our nation’s capital this October, from sampling spirits to dressing up as a Jedi.

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Train Time is Me Time

Our friends at East Midlands Trains teamed up with Havas Media Group to create this interesting set of statistics. With 2015-16 seeing train passengers travelling 64.4 billion km, the infographic below highlights the benefits of train travel and how you can make the most of your journey.

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It’s All About the Blues in Beverley

From Friday 21 to Sunday 23 October, the Beverley Blues Weekender returns for three days of great music from local and national artists. Located in the beautiful market town of Beverley, just one of Hull Trains' many destinations, the festival is set to be an excellent chance to catch up with friends, enjoy good music, and maybe sample a few beers in the town's oldest pub. 

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A Taste of Victorian Lifestyle at Brodsworth Hall

Just over five miles from Doncaster Station stands this grand nineteenth-century country house amidst a collection of beautifully restored formal gardens. Narrating the story of the Thellusson family, who built and resided at the mansion for over 120 years, Brodsworth Hall offers a spectacular and educational day out for the whole family. Doncaster is just one of Hull Trains’ many diverse destinations, so why not make a day of it or stop off on your way to the capital?

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The City of Hull-ture

We are kicking off the celebrations early! To celebrate Hull being named the CIty of Culture we've put together an interactive infographic all about Hull. 

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Kensington in Focus

ITV’s Victoria has proved very popular amongst viewers and resulted in the team at Hull Trains feeling extremely regal. We’re longing to visit Kensington Palace, the young Queen’s childhood home, and the stunning gardens next door. To quench this royal thirst, for this piece we focus on the Kensington area and what else it has to offer.

 

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Shoreditch in Focus

Shoreditch has always boasted a lively nightlife; once famous for its brothels and theatres, the area is now a fully-fledged hotspot for nightclubs, street art and café culture. Definitely the place to spot a few eccentric beards and checked shirts, as well as a few artsy characters, this area of London is a must-visit for those who want to experience the fast-paced, modern lifestyle in a unique way.

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Celebrate Yorkshire Grub at Cottingham Food and Drink Festival

On Sunday 18 September, Cottingham will put out the bunting for another tasty year of food, drink and frolics, as residents and visitors get the chance to observe cookery demonstrations from experts, soak up the brilliant village atmosphere, and sample the local cuisine. Located just outside of Hull, this event is perfect for those who use the Hull Trains service that connects the capital to East Yorkshire.

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Beautiful Sounds in Beverley this September

Beverley Chamber Music Festival is set to bring classical tunes and a beautiful atmosphere to the picturesque market town. Come along to St. Mary’s Church, just a short walk away from the station, to enjoy four days of world-class music. The parish is a perfect backdrop for the festivities, with one of its medieval minstrel carvings allegedly inspiring Lewis Carroll to feature an anxious white rabbit in his nineteenth century novel, Alice in Wonderland.

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