It’s safe to say we have all been a bit spoilt with bank holidays as of late. And just to make us smile a little more, we have ANOTHER BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND to look forward too.
Monday 27th May is Spring Bank holiday, which means most of us can enjoy a three-day weekend. We’ve been lucky enough to have three bank holidays in a row, but unfortunately this is it until the end of August. So make the most of it!
Whether you’re planning to get away, visit friends or family, clean out the garage or just having a relaxing one, here’s what’s on during the weekend…
EFL Play-Off Finals
It’s a good weekend of football if you’re a fan of the beautiful game; unless you’re a Leeds or West Brom fan of course. The English Football League Play-offs are spread over the three day bank holiday weekend.
League Two play-off final
Saturday, May 25: Newport vs Tranmere – 3pm
League One play-off final
Sunday, May 26: Charlton vs Sunderland – 3pm
Championship play-off final
Monday, May 27: Aston Villa vs Derby – 3pm
It’s probably a little too early to know for sure what the weather is going to be like at the weekend, although the start of the week looks good. It might be worth putting the BBQs and hot tubs on standby and praying for another Easter Weekend!
Shropshire County Show 2019
The annual Shropshire County Agricultural Show is being held on Saturday May 25th. Held at the West Mid Showground in Shrewsbury, the event attracts thousands of visitors from across the country for a celebration of the rural community and to highlight the role it plays in our daily lives.
For a full list of what’s on during the day, CLICK HERE.
Prosecco & Gin Festival, Birmingham
Lovers of prosecco and gin can come together to enjoy their favourite tipples in style as the first touring prosecco and gin festival comes to Birmingham!
This year, the first event in Birmingham will be centrally located at Factory Works @ The Custard Factory on Saturday 25th May. What other excuse do we need to celebrate the nations favourite drinks! Visit their Facebook page to find out more.
Living in the West Midlands does have some perks, especially as we are centrally located to plenty of nearby attractions. Therefore if you’re still unsure what to do this weekend, here’s a list of places to visit:
- West Midlands Safari Park
- Alton Towers & CBeebies Land
- Drayton Manor Park
- National Sea Life Centre, Birmingham
- Cadbury World
- Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom
- Carding Mill Valley
Need to Hire a Vehicle?
From taking rubbish to the tip, taking all the family out for the day or getting away for the weekend, SSH Self Drive have a wide range of self-drive vehicles to hire. Visit our website to find out more. May Bank Holiday Weekend Deals.
We hope you have a good one!