August BHWE – 2019

Hello Hello,
It’s that time of the year again when in all Amchis set sail on the boat of togetherness. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to announce the location for Bank Holiday Weekend – BHWE 2019 (24th, 25th, 26th Aug)…’s Waaaarrrrrrrrwick!
On the River Avon, Warwick is a part of England’s West Midlands region and is most famous for the Warwick Castle by William the Conqueror. It’s a great location to enjoy history and is very close to Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Leamington Spa and the Cotswolds. The town is a blend of old and new with lots of history and independent shops. Here are some local and nearby attractions:
Warwick LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: Warwick Castle, Mill Garden, Hatton Locks, Warwick Arts Centre. More details on
Nearby MUST VISITS:12-minute drive: Kenilworth Castle (one of Elizabethan England’s grandest buildings)14-minute drive: Royal Leamington Spa (pump rooms and Sensory garden at Jephson Gardens)18-minute drive: Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon29-minute drive: Mickleton, Cotswolds (known for beautiful thatched cottages and rumoured to be the inspiration behind Tolkien’s “Weathertop” in Lord of the Rings)40-minute drive: Blockley, Cotswolds (named most beautiful village in England in 2006) 

Dates: Check-in 24 August 2019 | Check-out 26 August 2019Venue: Premier Inn Warwick, Opus 40, Haywood Road, Warwick CV34 5AH
Evenings will be fun-filled with music, dance, workshops, and loads of exciting activities (some new things planned this time!) followed by delicious dinners.
To REGISTER, go to
Payment and other information is all included in the form.
Please note we have booked ONLY 30 ROOMS at the hotel and rooms are allocated on FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED basis. The hotel has free car parking. Arrangements have been made for evening gatherings at a nearby village hall. 

Warwick Castle

Sensory Garden, Jephson Gardens


Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *