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    A new survey of the UK's loveliest locales in the The Sunday Times sees Warwickshire trending. But you knew that already right? So does your neighbourhood make the list?

  • Muddy goes wild in London

    Think a family trip into London is more hassle than it's worth? Think again! Here's how Muddy nailed 9 hours in London with kids and made it the best day out ever.

  • Coventry’s SHOOT Festival Guide

    Some of Coventry and Warwickshire's best-emerging musicians, dancers, poets, theatre-makers and visual artist will be showcasing their work at this four-day festival from Thur Apr 4 - Sun Apr 7.

  • REVIEW: Wise Children

    The buzz surrounding Emma Rice’s Angela Carter adaptation has been unreal. But does it live up to the hype? Muddy finds out at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre where the debut tour ends.

  • PREVIEW: Wise Children, April 2-6

    Flippin heck, how exciting is this! Former Shakespeare's Globe Artistic Director Emma Wise is not only bringing her joyous 5-star Angela Carter adaption to Coventry, but starring in it.

  • Gotta Have It

    Fashion gets personal with the trend for emblazoning your name across your T shirt, handbag or phone case. Think school uniform name tags but cooler!

  • Vivaanta Restaurant & Gin Bar, Warwick

    Warwick's new Indian restaurant is causing much excitement with its high-end cuisine - and gin bar. Muddy went for a family curry night to check it out.

  • Stratford Lit Fest, Sun Apr 28-Sun May 5

    Girl Power! Feminist geographer Joni Seagar, psychotherapist Philippa Perry, The Midults, Bake-Off judge Pru Leith, Darcey Bussell and Newsnight's Emily Maitlis are all appearing in a female-dominated 2019 line-up.

  • Warwick Prep School, Warwick

    Muddy says: A vibrant, high-achieving and inclusive leading day school with a purposeful vibe, for boys aged 3 - 7 and girls aged 3 - 11, on the spacious 50-acre Warwick School campus.

  • Wondering how schools can attract more girls into STEM at uni?

    With it being International Women's Day this week, Richard Nicholson, Head at King’s High, Warwick, tells us how this progressive all-girls senior school is addressing the gender imbalance.

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