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This is what you should be doing with your time in July.

July 3-5

Home run
Silverstone, Northamptonshire

Formula One

Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium next to Nico Rosberg and Daniel Ricciardo on November 2nd, 2014

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Get up close and personal with all the high-octane action of Formula One at the British Grand Prix, the ninth race of the 2015 season. Homegrown hero Lewis Hamilton (left) will be looking to repeat 2014’s podium-topping result and pull ahead in the battle for the drivers’ title.

But he’ll face stiff competition from his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. Plus Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo, determined to better his third-place finish last time round, will be nipping at his heels. But it’s not all about the thrill of the chase, with big musical acts on the weekend bill, Zorbing and more.

silverstone.co.uk

July 10-12

Paradise island
Valentia Island, County Kerry


An eclectic mix of music, arts and Irish cuisine equals the stunning setting of the Valentina Isle Festival. The usually sleepy Irish Island will come to life with acts including DJ Sir Norman Jay and Big Audio Dynamite’s Don Letts bringing beats and audio treats.

valentiaislefestival.com

Paradise island

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July 18-19

Over the edge
Llangollen, Clwyd

After 2014’s Scottish spectacular, one of the biggest events on the British downhill mountain-biking calendar heads to the muddy slopes of North Wales for this year’s much-anticipated follow-up event.

The 2015 British Cycling National Mountain Bike Downhill Championships, taking place in Llangollen, will see current women’s champ Rachel Atherton returning to defend her title, while her brother Gee will be looking to overtake Josh Bryceland and reclaim the men’s podium after his runner-up finish last year.

britishcycling.org.uk

Over the edge

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July 23

Kew The Movies
Richmond, Surrey


Celebrate the 30th anniversary of time-travelling classic Back to the Future under the stars with an open-air screening in the beautiful surroundings of Kew Gardens. Bring a blanket.

kew.org

Experience spring at Wakehurst, Kew’s garden in Sussex

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July 25 

Have it made
Birmingham, West Midlands
 

More than 50 of the world’s top electronic DJ acts – including Julio Bashmore, MK and Beardyman – are headed for MADE Birmingham, a dance weekender that sees six stages taking over the city’s industrial quarter. Stamina not included. 

madebirmingham.com

MADE Birmingham 2014 Highlights

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