Birds are stars of Kenilworth attraction

If you're at a bit of a loose end this weekend, then you might want to get yourself down to Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire. Its stunning Elizabethan garden has finally been recreated, after five years of hard work and it's opening to the public tomorrow (Saturday, May 2). The best part of the garden has to be its fabulous aviary, which is currently home to six Lizard canaries, two Guineafowl and three pheasants. One of the pheasants has already laid eggs. To find out more, contact English Heritage on 0870 333 1181 or e-mail customers@english-heritage.org.uk