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Includes free time at the Cotswold village of Broadway. This preserved steam and diesel heritage railway built in 1900-1906 passes by some of the most beautiful scenery and sleepy villages of the Cotswolds. Travel from Broadway to Cheltenham Race Course via Toddingto...more info
Travel by boat from Walton-on-Thames to Hampton Court Palace along the Royal River Thames, passing through Sunbury and Molesey Locks before passing under Hampton Court Bridge and taking in the view of the palace from the river before disembarking for y...more info
In historic Corsham you will find independent shops and restaurants. The BBC’s hit drama ‘Poldark’ was filmed in the high street, doubling as 18th century Truro in the TV series. The 15th century manor house lies within beautiful coun...more info
Portmeirion is a village built by Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1975 to demonstrate how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it. The Prisoner TV series was filmed on location here in 1966-67.
Step aboard The Southern Comfort, a luxury double-deck river cruiser purpose built for the Norfolk Broads, for a memorable river experience. Running from the beautiful village of Horning and out to Ranworth Broad and back for approx. 1½ hours an...more info
An award-winning open air museum near Durham. Experience life in 1825 and 1913, with over 100 acres dedicated to how things used to be, such as a 1913 town centre and home farm, plus vintage rides and a Victorian fairground.Please note only 3 ...more info
Spend time at the delightful town of Buxton, and then enjoy a 2 hour boat trip on the scenic Upper Peak Forest Canal aboard the Judith Mary, where a cream tea will be served on board, consisting of assorted sandwiches, hot scones with strawberry jam and fresh cream, ...more info
One of IACF Antique & Collectors Fairs new venues for 2019. Held at Staffordshire Showground - an entirely indoor fair with up to 250 stallholders on site.
The pretty village of Lacock near Chippenham dates back to the 13th century and remains largely unspoiled by the trappings of the 21st century. Over the years it has featured in many TV shows and films, including the 2007 BBC production of Cranford. Lacock Abbey is l...more info
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