A return visit to the ever popular huge Marks & Spencer’ssuperstore at Pudsey, which offers everything under one roof,followed by an afternoon visit to Leeds City Centre.
Connemara, a place of contrasts, colours, wilderness and warm welcomes on the west coast of Ireland. From the bogs and lakes of the Gaelic speaking South Connemara, to the mountain vistas of North ...more info
Join us for this Easter weekend break to the southern counties and enjoy the thrill of a train ride on two of the country’s best known preserved railway lines. Visiting the town of Tenterden,...more info
A tour with a difference! We know where we are going, but do you? A luxury one night stay in a minimum 3-star hotel on a half board basis, all guestrooms are en suite, with the usual refinements &a...more info
A journey to Liverpool, with free time at The Albert Dock to obtain a self-purchase light lunch before continuing to the iconic Land Rover manufacturing plant (Close to Liverpool Airport) for a 1 1...more info
A fascinating tour with delightful sailings between the islands. Sample island lifestyles where little has changed for generations. Take in the unique culture, the wildlife & historical sites s...more info
The Radley Mystery Luncheon Club includes a two-course lunch, with tea & coffee at a “mystery destination” and a free winter raffle with the chance to win a selection of prizes.
Nominated for 13 Drama Desk Awards and Tony Awards for best musical and best original score, 9 to 5 makes it way to the Savoy Theatre. Based on the hit 1980 film starring Dolly Parton, 9 to 5 is se...more info
A ride into the Yorkshire Dales, calling at the Stephen Smith Garden Centre en route, then continuing onto the historic town of Skipton, for a visit to the bustling traditional market. Skipton is t...more info
12 Days – 11 Nights
Travel from Hull via P&O Cruise Ferry to Holland and on through Germany and spend a night in Denmark before crossing to Norway to enjoy a wonderful tour though...more info
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