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The River Welland runs through the centre of Spalding providing an attractive waterfront with many fine Georgian buildings and a traditional shopping centre. At Springfields there are 40 retail outlets with prices of up to 60% off with stock changing regularly, plus ...more info
Historical city for shopping or sightseeing. Please note this trip is being operated with those going to Chester Zoo.
A fun and stimulating day out for everyone. Set in 110 acres of award-winning gardens, with over 7000 animals within 500 species.
Please note this trip is being operated with those going to Chester.
Historic buildings from all around the Black Country have been moved and rebuilt at the Black Country Living Museum. Visit the town with its many shops including a working fish & chip shop and sweet & cake shop.
The Back to Backs tell the story of the ordinary people that made Birmingham an extraordinary city. Built to house the rapidly increasing population of this industrial town, the houses reflect the lives of four different families who lived and worked in there during ...more info
First visit Fakenham, an old style town with narrow back streets and pedestrianised town centre, where the market is held in the market place today. Then to Cromer, a seaside resort on the East coast.
They were the Drifters. She was the boss. This is their story. A brand new musical with an unbelievable soundtrack of some of the most iconic songs in history featuring the songs Stand by me, Come on over to my place, Kissin’ in the back row of the moviesmore info
Stage adaptation of Disney’s animated film with songs by Elton John and Tim Rice. When the young lion prince Simba is born, his evil uncle Scar is pushed back to 2nd in line to the throne, and plots to kill both Simba and his father. Inc...more info
Visit the finest occupied Victorian Castle in England, the film shoot location for ‘Downton Abbey’. Home to the Carnarvon family since 1679. The present day castle was designed in 1842 by Sir Charles Barry, the architect also responsible for building the ...more info
Set against the majestic backdrop of Hampton Court Palace, the world’s largest annual flower show provides gorgeous gardens, fabulous floral displays, and fantastic shopping in an unforgettable setting.
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