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Beat those Winter Blues! Join us for a Mystery Tour – Destination dependant on the weather but a gentle day out and home before dark.
Little remains of its pre-spa history, Cheltenham has been a health and holiday spa town resort since the discovery of its mineral springs there in 1716. England's most complete Regency town with an impressive range of stylish&...more info
Take a tour of the Thames Valley with a lunch stop in Henley-on-Thames. Walk by the river or visit one of the many pubs and cafés.
A morning visit to Webbs of Wychbold, one of Britain's best garden centres. Visit the award winning houseplant department, gift shop, foodhall and of course everything for the garden. In the afternoon you can shop until you drop on the H...more info
Welford Park is a country house and estate near Newbury in Berkshire. The grounds of Welford Park are open for the viewing of the magnificent carpets of snowdrops. Time for a light lunch in the Old Laundry Tea Rooms (not i...more info
Slimbridge is home to an astounding array of wildlife, including the world’s largest collection of swans, geese and ducks. The award winning visitor centre is the perfect place to relax and enjoy Slimbridge, explore the Discovery C...more info
A great day out to the National Maritime Museum, 17th century Queens House and Royal Observatory. Museum entrance is free, entrance charge to the Planetarium. Opportunity to visit the newly relaunched Cutty Sark where we can venture aboa...more info
Immerse yourself in the magic and mystery of Harry Potter™ with a behind-the-scenes tour of the Warner Bros. Studio in London. Explore the original film sets in a relaxed manner. See the Gothic grandeur of the Ministry of Magic; wa...more info
Located in the spectacular rural countryside of central Somerset and with over 90 brands offering up to 60% off all year round, don’t miss the smart shopper's haven at Clarks Village.
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Bletchley is the historic site of the British wartime code breaking activities and the workplace of Alan Turing who is credited with being the inventor of the modern computer, and his colossus is still working! This is a fascinating day ...more info
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