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The weather in Cannock
Above are the weather conditions for Cannock. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Historic encounters and family fun with a Cannock holiday letting
Nestled in the county of Staffordshire, Cannock is a town that combines engrossing history with modern appeal. With accommodation in Cannock to suit all tastes and group sizes, you can enjoy this wonderful town in comfort.
Just 20 minutes' drive away, 17th-century Moseley Old Hall once provided sanctuary to King Charles II, while he was on the run from Cromwell's troops in 1651. See the very bed where the king slept, the priest hole in which he hid and hear more entertaining history from costumed tour guides at this elegant house and gardens.
The Museum of Cannock Chase, meanwhile, tells the story of the area from its industrial heritage to its wartime contributions and famous citizens. It's the ideal place in which to get to grips with the region's varied and fascinating past.
Family adventures in Cannock
Boing Zone Cannock is a state-of-the-art indoor trampoline park where the whole family can enjoy a range of activities. 'Fitness sessions', 'Toddler Time', and 'Slam Dunk' are just some of the highlights from the packed programme.
Over at Silver Blades Ice Rink Cannock, you can glide along the well-maintained ice rink before taking a break at the comfortable on-site cafe. Alternatively, take the family to conquer 1500 metres of treetop rope courses at Go Ape Cannock.
Discover the two thousand year old Castle Ring, located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The highest point in the area, it stands 240 metres above sea level and views from its summit include the Trent Valley Area. The purpose of the structure is still a mystery.
For more ancient history, head to nearby Lichfield where you can wander through the Letocetum Roman Baths, and visit the museum to learn about the Roman inn and bathhouse that once occupied this site. Witness a fascinating collection of artefacts discovered right here at this key Roman site.
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