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The weather in Stafford
Check out the climate diagram for Stafford District. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 1°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Discover the joys of Stafford with perfect holiday lettings
The beautiful English county town of Stafford has plenty of natural sights and activities for travellers of all ages and interests. Discover historic castles and hidden sights, admire architectural gems, or visit nature parks while in Stafford. Staying in a charming holiday cottage or self-catering barn in the town adds an authentic touch to any holiday in England and serves as an ideal base.
Must-visit places for art and culture aficionados
The Ancient High House is an unmissable attraction if you wish to have a snapshot of England’s past. A free-entry museum, this historic town house is timber framed and makes a stunning sight. Inside, go on a journey from the Elizabethan times to the Edwardian era.
The Stafford Castle gives visitors a feel of the Middle Ages and is a marvellous structure with open areas spread across 10 hectares. Plenty of events throughout the year are held for people of all ages. Visit at sunrise and take a walk around for a truly magnificent view.
What to do in Stafford during a family holiday
Go horse riding with professionals at Cannock Chase Horse Trekking which is an experience for both amateurs and experienced riders alike. Ride through the spectacular Stafford scenery and watch the children enjoy themselves to the fullest with the horses and ponies.
The British Wildlife Rescue Centre houses a large number of birds and animals. This organisation takes in wild friends who are ill or hurt and nurses them back to health.
Experience local annual festivals
To experience the true spirit of the town, plan your visit during the Stafford Festival Shakespeare. It is held every July and is among Europe’s largest and most awaited open-air events.
The Stone Food & Drink Festival in October is a delight for foodies. Enjoy cookery demonstrations, participate in quizzes, explore the beer tent, sample a variety of delicious food, and enjoy children’s masterclasses and live music.
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