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Bank holiday suggestions for the East Midlands

National Forest Wood Fair, Beacon Hill, Monday 26th August

The Wood Fair is a celebration of trees, woodlands, forestry, timber and woodcrafts. The event was first held in 2005 and now hosts more than 100 exhibitors and demonstrators.

Re-enactment of the battle of Tewkesbury at Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre Credit: Rui Vieira/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Leicester Belgrave Mela

Held on bank holiday Monday, Sandicliffe Ford are hosting a mix of live music, dance, food, fashion and arts.

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre, 24th, 25th and 26th August

The centre gives families the chance to meet medieval soldiers preparing for battle with weapons, armour, costumes, medicines and children's activities. You will have to buy a ticket to enjoy their Battlefield guided walks.

And Leicester Cathedral are hosting an 'Old Town Festival Food Fair' on bank holiday Monday, celebrating Leicester's food heritage.

Sky Ride is taking place in Leicester on bank holiday Sunday Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Sky Ride Leicester, Sunday 25th August

Sky Ride Leicester is a traffic-free opportunity to ride with family and friends in the city centre.

Treasure! March - November 2013

This exhibition brings together all of Leicestershire's Treasure finds for the first time. Exploring the work of the Portable Antiquities Scheme, the exhibition records finds from the county's amateur and professional archaeologists, including the famous Hallaton Treasure.

The exhibition is held at Snibston Discovery Museum, which is open Monday-Sunday, 10am-5pm.

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