Wednesday 10th August 2022
A Wonderful way to Spend the Day. Bridgnorth, Shropshire in reality is two towns - the High Town and the Low Town which are connected by a funicular railway. An iron footbridge takes you to the Severn Valley Railway Station and this is where at 2:35pm we catch the Steam Train to Kidderminster. Sit back and relax as we travel the 16 mile heritage line that runs along the Severn Valley and follows the course of the River Severn for much of its route and crosses the river on the historic Victoria Bridge. Once we have arrived you will have some free time at Railway station before heading back on the coach.
Thursday 11th August 2022
In this year of the Queens Platinum Jubilee - join us in travelling down to Windsor and visiting Windsor Castle, which has on display the Coronation Dress and Robe Queen Elizabeth II wore for her coronation. Adults £57 including admission Young People 18-24 years £49 Children 5-17 years £46
Friday 12th August 2022
Shrewsbury is a medieval town with a number of retail complexes. The red sandstone castle is now a regimental museum. And the beautiful park known as Quarry hosts this summers Flower Show. Flower Show tickets are extra and are on sale now - you can purchase them online.
Saturday 13th August 2022
Blackpool as we know has plenty to do for everyone and today - weather permitting some of the world's finest military and civilian aircraft will perform over the iconic seafront. The programme will showcase the very best in British aviation with a whole host of amazing flying machines and some of the most talented pilots. There will also be plenty to see on the ground with a wide range of stalls, attractions and food.
Tuesday 16th August 2022
One place, three drop offs - all you have to do is decide where to get off at. 1)Chester, the historic Roman walled town with splendid shopping. 2)Chester Zoo admission extra and it may be worth booking online. 3) Cheshire Oaks the first and still the largest designer fashion retail outlet.
Friday 19th August 2022
Explore Southport : Shopping with a retail park and town centre offering a good selection of restaurants and other amenities. Pleasureland which offers a mix of roller coasters, flumes and waltzers plus loads of rides designed for younger visitors or young at heart. Parks and Gardens including the Victoria Park which is home to the Flower Show. Admission is extra and there is a Gate Price or buy early and save with Tickets available online.
Monday 22nd August 2022
Celebrating the Queens historic Platinum Jubilee in 2022, the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace will feature a display looking at The Queens Accession to the throne. On display will be examples from the remarkable series of portraits taken by Dorothy Wilding, that formed the basis of The Queens image on stamps and in British Embassies across the world until 1971. Adults including admission £60 Young people 18-24 years £48 Children 5-17 years £30
Tuesday 23rd August 2022
Charming Tudor town built on the Banks of the Avon river, it is best known for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Steeped in the history of its most famous resident, this Warwickshire town is well worth a visit.
Wednesday 24th August 2022
The award-winning Barton Grange Garden Centre is set in the beautiful Lancashire countryside between Preston and Garstang. You will have chance to check out the garden centre before and after the lunchtime cruise. The fish and chips lunch is included in the price and you will set off at 12 noon, sit back and relax and leave the washing up to someone else.
Thursday 25th August 2022
A site of national remembrance the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas near Lichfield honours the fallen and recognises service and sacrifice. The expansive 150 acre site features thought-provoking memorials. Military and Civilian associations are represented alongside tributes for individuals. Their fascinating stories are waiting to be discovered.
Friday 26th August 2022
Back to Bury for more bargains and treats.
Wednesday 21st December 2022
Date for your diary. Leaving Biddulph at 7:30am travelling to Kensington for some free time before going into the Royal Albert Hall for 3pm Carol Concert, returning home straight after the Concert. Seats acquired are in the stalls opposite the stage.