East Midlands

Two of the English Civil War’s main battles were fought in the East Midlands and it is the birthplace of perhaps the most prolific scientist in history, Isaac Newton. But instead of sitting around under apple trees, why not venture further afield and discover the Hidden Gems across the region that we’ve whittled down for you?

We’ve collated the top five East Midlands Hidden Gems submitted by Pork Farms fans and tourist boards, now you have to go and find them yourselves to be in with a chance of winning Pork Farms vouchers.

How to use your Shortlist:

First off, download and print out the bucket list of our top five Hidden Gems here by clicking the link below.

Then, we want you to pack up a picnic (don’t forget your Pork Farms goodies!) and spend the Summer discovering each Hidden Gem on the list, and what better way to spend time with your loved ones than getting out and about in the fresh air?

When you visit each place, be sure to take a picture of you there to be in with a chance of winning Pork Farms vouchers. When your bucket list is complete, submit all of your photos via social media using #HiddenGems

And once you’ve visited all the places on your Shortlist, don’t forget to vote for your favourite to help its chances of being named Britain’s Best Hidden Gem.

Download East Midland’s Shortlist

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