6 things to do in Bollington this Summer

This summer, make sure that you make the most of the opportunities in offer in Bollington. Whether you are going solo, spending days out with the family, or looking for a romantic getaway, you will find an activity that will make your summer special. Here are our top six things to do this year!

1. Take a walk by picturesque canals

The canals in Bollington are a beautiful area, and often wind their way through the historic areas between buildings that date back to Victorian times and earlier. Keep following them into wider green spaces, and watch vessels navigating these courses and managing the locks.

2. Visit historic Adelphi Mill

Adelphi Mill is more than just a historic mill, though of course it still retains that majesty. There’s a lot to do once you step inside, from shopping with retail brands to getting fit, and from stopping for lunch to getting consultations with various service-based businesses. There’s a lot going on here, so stop by on a free day to make the most of it!

3. Take a brewery tour

Bollington Brewery Co. Ltd is open for business and also open for tours. Seeing how your favourite tipples are made is always fun, and you will of course get the chance to sample some of it for yourself as part of the tour. Don’t forget to stop by the gift shop, which is great for picking up presents for birthdays and Christmas.

4. Get on the water

If your walk by the canal is fun, why not get on the water yourself? There are boat tours available for those who want to be driven along, or you can even take the captain’s chair yourself. If you don’t want to go by boat, you could also rent a bike for a tour along the canal side.

5. Enjoy the arts

Bollington Arts Centre has a plethora of activities and events on offer for absolutely anyone, from music to painting and from group activities to tuition. If you are interested in the arts in any way – even if just to have some fun with the kids for a day – then you can’t miss this venue. You can find a full schedule of their events and workshops by checking them out online.

6. Pick p some local wares

Northern Makes is a great place to go if you want to support local craftspeople and encourage some dying arts. Handmade goods are on offer, such as jewellery, ceramics, homewares, art, and lighting solutions. By the time you visit, they will probably have added even more to the list. Even if you don’t make a purchase, it’s a fun place to see masters at work!

 

There’s so much going on in Bollington, so keep your eye out for announcements about fun local events. These can range from craft fairs to charity fun runs, with something for the whole family. Staying active in the local community means you don’t miss out on anything exciting!

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