Our Excursions

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146 Excursion(s) found


Bluewater or Lakeside Shopping Centres

Monday 8th April 2019

Travel with us to your choice of either Bluewater or Lakeside Shopping Centres. Both locations have a wide range of well known and speciality shops and plenty of places for lunch.

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Compton Acres

Tuesday 9th April 2019

We travel to the Dorset seaside to visit the historic gardens of Compton Acres. Built in 1924 by Thomas Simpson (a margarine entrepreneur) the grounds consist of a number of themed gardens to wander around and enjoy, including the Italian, Japanese and Rock & Water Gardens. Refreshments are available at The Compton Acres Tea Rooms […]

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Ascott House and Garden

Wednesday 10th April 2019

We spend the afternoon at Ascott House, an ‘Old English’ half-timbered manor, dating back to the 16th century. At its core is an old farmhouse, though to date from the early 1600s but it was transformed by the Rothschilds towards the end of the 19th century and now houses an exceptional collection of paintings, fine […]

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Saturday 13th April 2019

Bella Manningham is convinced that she’s losing her mind just as her mother did before her. And, like her mother, she is terrified that she will end up in an asylum. She is haunted by the memory of an aunt violently murdered and sees ghostly apparitions; she hears floorboards creaking overhead, familiar objects disappear and then inexplicably […]

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The D-Day Story Museum or Portsmouth

Sunday 14th April 2019

In this 75th Anniversary year of D-Day we pay a visit to the newly revamped D-Day Story Museum in Southsea. The museum tells the story of Operations Neptune and Overlord from preparation, D-Day itself through to the Battle of Normandy from the experiences of men, women and children.  Discover how the largest seaborne invasion in […]

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Merriments Garden

Monday 15th April 2019

This morning we drive into Kent and arrive in the town of Tenterden. There will be time to explore the attractive, broad High Street,  browse the range of shops and purchase lunch.  In the afternoon we drive to the 4-acre Merriment Garden in the heart of the High Weald.  Established in the 1990’s the garden is […]

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Steaming Through the Cotswolds

Tuesday 16th April 2019

We make our way to the Cotswolds village of Broadway where we board our train on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway for a return journey to Cheltenham along the former GWR main line from Birmingham.  The railway only completed the extension to Broadway last year and today’s 28 mile round trip offers views of the beautiful […]

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Simply Oxford

Wednesday 17th April 2019

The ancient and world-famous University City of Oxford stands on three main waterways – the River Cherwell, the Thames, and the Oxford Canal. There will be plenty of time in which to explore the City, perhaps visiting one or more of the beautiful old colleges that make up the University, founded in the 12th century […]

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An Easter Mystery

Thursday 18th April 2019

Join us on a scenic drive through the spring countryside. We shall make a mid-morning stop for coffee and then, later, we will visit a garden centre with a restaurant, where there will be time for lunch (cost of refreshments not included). As we wend our way home in the afternoon there will be an […]

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