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smelled so nice — a 'Fish Supper'. Pooh thought it might be time for a little smackerel of something. Indulging in Afternoon Tea, Devon. 'I wonder what Piglet is ...
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Winnie-the-Pooh’s 25 Simple Pleasures

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From learning to skim stones to fossil hunting, exploring castles and forests reaching from Northumberland to Treyarnon Bay, Winnie-the-Pooh’s 25 Simple Pleasures have been revealed. 2,000 parents were asked to share and celebrate their favourite traditional activities, attractions and days out with VisitEngland.


Continue reading to join Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin and his beloved friends as they journey around England and explore the top 10 Simple Pleasures…


Inspired by parents’ love of the great outdoors and the classic English heritage of Winnie-the-Pooh, the Simple Pleasures uncover 25 unspoilt delights in England for all the family to enjoy.


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1. Enjoying a Fish Supper on Blackpool Pier, Lancashire

14. Watching Changing the Guard at Windsor Castle, Berkshire

2. Indulging in Afternoon Tea, Devon

15. Fossil-hunting on Brook Beach, Isle of Wight

3. Picnicking on the shores of Windermere in the Lake District, Cumbria 4. Rock Pooling in Treyarnon Bay, Cornwall 5. Camping in the New Forest, Hampshire 6. Marvelling at Stonehenge, Wiltshire 7. Getting Lost in the Maze at Hampton Court Palace, London 8. Taking a stroll beside Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland 9. Boating on the Broads, Norfolk and Suffolk 10. Watching the Puffins on the Farne Islands, Northumberland 11. Stargazing in Exmoor National Park, Somerset 12. Taking in the Vista from the Peaks at the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire 13. Trying to Make the Queen’s Guard laugh at Buckingham Palace



16. Exploring the Famous White Cliffs of Dover 17. Playing Pooh Sticks at 100 Acre Wood, East Sussex


18. Rolling Down the Hills Around Corfe Castle, Dorset 19. Visiting a Honey Farm in Devon


20. Skimming Stones at Holy Island, Lindisfarne, Northumberland 21. Picking Blackberries on Box Hill, Surrey 22. Riding a Narrowboat through the Canal Ways, Birmingham 23. Taking in the Grandeur of Chatsworth House from the Park, Chatsworth, Derbyshire













24. Seeking out the Deer at Richmond Park, London 25. Admiring Bamburgh Castle from the Beach, Northumberland This map is for illustrative purposes only. To explore an interactive map of England visit here.


One fine day… Winnie-the-Pooh walked to the top of the forest to find his friend Christopher Robin.

Christopher Robin was standing in front of a very big bag with all sorts of useful things inside. He had a big red bucket and bright blue spade in his hand. ‘Hallo, Christopher Robin,’ said Pooh. ‘I was wondering what we might do today?’ ‘Today,’ said Christopher Robin, ‘We’re going on an adventure.’

‘An And Venture?’ said Pooh. He thought for a moment. ‘Will Piglet come on the And Venture too?’ For he very much liked spending time with Piglet. ‘Oh yes, I should think so,’ said Christopher Robin.

‘Shall we have the And Venture at your house, Christopher Robin?’ asked Pooh. For he very much liked spending time with Piglet and Christopher Robin at Christopher Robin’s house.

‘I think we might need to go further than that,’ Christopher Robin said thoughtfully. ‘I’ve packed some provisions.’ He pointed at the big bag beside him, ‘in case we’re gone for a while.’ ‘Will the And Venture be at Eeyore’s house?’ said Pooh. Eeyore lived at the very farthest corner of the Forest and that was really as far as Pooh could think of.

‘Today we’re going on an adventure.’ ‘Even further than that,’ said Christopher Robin, and then, because Pooh looked worried, h