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    Something for the weekend

    This weekend marks two very important dates in our diary: St Patrick's Day and Mother's Day. Whether you are celebrating both or just the one, here's a look at what is happening around the UK this weekend:St. Patrick's Day:The streets of Manchester come alive this Saturday with the taste of Guinness! Well, to be fair the city has been celebrating the Irish with the Manchester Irish Festival starting back on the 2nd March, but this weekend sees the festivities played out with a bang. From Friday evening right through to Sunday 18th events are happening across the city and they mainly involve music and Guinness!For those of you that just want to enjoy the friendly Irish atmosphere, you only need look to your hometown, where we are sure there will be a pub or two decked out in green and four leaf clovers.Mothering Sunday:Hire a car rental in the UK and drive to London, taking mum to visit the beautiful bloomers of Hampton Court! Every spring the gardens are brought to life by a team from the National Association of Flower Arrangement Society and shown over the Mother's Day weekend.Spend the day by the sea and treat mum to a delicious meal at one of Bournemouth's seafront restaurants, before hitting the sandy beach with your bucket and spade. Just a short UK car rental drive away and you can be in the wilds of the New Forest, England's newest National Park.Whatever your weekend plans are, do make sure you enjoy your two days of play and tweet us with what you got up to @ae_carhire. We would love to hear all about it!

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