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Visit Bakewell where one of the oldest markets in the area is usually held today, and the delightful town of Buxton.
Set in the lovely village of Lavenham, the Guildhall, a fine timber-framed building, tells the story of one of the best preserved and wealthiest towns in Tudor England. Discover the stories of the people who have used the Guildhall through its almost 500 year h...more info
A scenic tour of this delightful area with stops being made for lunch and tea (not included).
Discover this diverse and exciting city famous for its music and the Beatles. The Liverpool One Shopping Centre has regenerated the heart of the city with its fantastic range of shops. The Royal Albert Dock is the vibrant heart of Liverpool’s historic waterfron...more info
A prestigious event held at the Great Yorkshire Showground, featuring beautiful show gardens and more.
Harrogate is an elegant spa town where you will find everything from high street favourites to smaller independent names. Find designer shops and arts and crafts in Westminster Arcade and Victoria Shopping Centre.
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
Enjoy this unspoilt seaside resort on the East Coast, boasting a beautiful sweeping beach, harbour and Georgian houses.
Discover the flagship garden of the RHS – one of the greatest gardens in the world. Covering 240 acres, it showcases the largest plant collection seen anywhere in the world. A range of fabulous gardens delight through every season with a stunning Glasshouse.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.
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