Romantic ideas for this Valentine’s Day in Brentwood as chosen by you
PUBLISHED: 12:00 11 February 2019 | UPDATED: 12:05 11 February 2019
Still rattling your brain for something to do with your other half on February 14?
Well fear not, as we’ve put together a list of some romantic ideas for you and your partner to enjoy, thanks to members of the Enjoy Brentwood More Facebook page!
Having already featured in our top 10 restaurants as chosen by Brentwood residents, it seems that Alec’s in Navestock Side, Brentwood, is proving very popular.
As one of the leading fish restaurants in Essex, this truly is a special treat for you and your loved one with its delicious food and attentive service.
Tickets for Brentwood Centre’s Godspell
Need an idea for a last minute gift? One resident has recommended purchasing tickets for the upcoming community production of Godspell at the Brentwood Centre in June.
With fire breathing, circus acts and singer Chesney Hawkes taking on the lead role, the show is expected to be jam-packed with entertainment.
To buy tickets, visit here
Walk at Thorndon Country Park
If you feel like trying something a bit more relaxing, why not visit Thorndon Country Park for a romantic stroll?
With 500 acres of diverse habitats, managed for its precious wildlife as well as the beautiful scenery, you’ll get to celebrate Valentine’s Day in the serene surroundings.
Having only opened its doors in December, seafood grill restaurant Felix, Warley, is the new kid on the block but has already gained a reputation for its mouth-watering food and elegant decor.
What also sets it aside from the rest is that as part of its ethos, staff have chosen to support Little Havens Hospice, Benfleet, by donating £1 from every table booking they receive. So you can indulge without guilt!
Walk at Warley Place Nature Reserve
Immerse yourself in nature this Valentine’s Day at the Warley Place Nature Reserve, run by the Essex Wildlife Trust.
This 25 acre reserve which is the site of a house and once famous Edwardian gardens belonging to Ellen Willmott, has some stunning flowers and one resident commented that it is a wonderful place to visit at sunset.
Do you have any other suggestions for this Valentine’s Day? Comment on our Enjoy Brentwood More Facebook page!