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Spend time at the delightful town of Buxton, and then enjoy a 2 hour boat trip on the scenic Upper Peak Forest Canal. The Judith Mary is a 72ft centrally heated restaurant boat where a cream tea will be served on board, consisting o...more info
(Senior Citizen Special)The National Memorial Arboretum is a wooded parkland comprising of 150 acres of trees and memorials devoted to the concept of remembrance. It is home to the Armed Forces Memorial which opened in October 2007 and fr...more info
The River Welland runs through the centre of Spalding providing an attractive waterfront with many fine Georgian buildings and a traditional shopping centre. At Springfields there are 40 retail outlets with prices of up to 60% off w...more info
Celebrating its 40th year in 2018. Historic buildings from all around the Black Country have been moved and rebuilt at the Black Country Living Museum. Visit the town with its many shops including a working fish & chip shop and sweet & cake shop.more info
Visit Bakewell where one of the oldest markets in the area is usually held today, and the former spa town of Matlock. It has good facilities for shopping, leisure and recreation. Hall Leys Park is a famously well loved public space.
Amongst the golden stone 18th century buildings at Moreton in Marsh you will find the popular market, plus tea shops, restaurants, and traditional inns. The River Windrush winds through Bourton on the Water creating a pleasant atmosphere as you visit the quaint shops...more info
Located in the Cotswolds, the remains of one of the largest Roman Villas in the country provides a fascinating insight into 4th century Roman Britain. A modern conservation building provides access to stunning mosaics, and a small museum houses artefac...more info
Chatsworth is the home of the Devonshire family, who have welcomed visitors to the house and garden for more than 200 years. It is home to a unique collection of art and regal interiors, and the garden is famous for its rich history, modern waterworks ...more info
Situated on the banks of the River Avon and famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The town centre offers a wide and diverse range of shops that make it a pure delight. Includes a 45 minute sightseeing cruise along the River Avon, the tranquil w...more info
Skegness was one of the country’s first seaside resorts to welcome visitors and still one of the most popular today... and it’s not hard to see why. There's plenty of things to do, to visit and experiences you’ll never forget. Walk along t...more info
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