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*CORONATION STREET - The Tour 
including admission 

Walk down the famous cobbles

 

Calling all Corrie and TV fans, it’s time to get a taste of the real thing!

Coronation Street The Tour gives you the chance to explore the sensational external sets at MediaCityUK, open to the public for the first time.

Your 80 minute experience will take in Coronation Street, Rosamund Street and the newly extended, never before seen, Victoria Street.

Wander through Weatherfield on a fully guided tour of the working set. Recall stories from yesteryear, hear filming secrets, take selfies on the street and follow in the footsteps of your favourite characters down those Coronation Street cobbles.

We also visit Salford Quays.

 
 


   
Arley Hall Christmas Floral Extravaganza 
including admission 

See the hall decorated with hundreds of fresh flowers and foliage from the Arley Gardens. Floristry colleges and florists each decorate a room in the hall in a traditional and stunning style.

 
 


   
Autumn Tints in the Lakes 
 

Visiting both Grasmere & Ambleside.

 
 


   
Autumn Tints in Yorkshire Dales 
 
 
 


   
Autumn Tints Snowdonia 
 
 
 


   
Bakewell Market & Derbyshire Dales 
 

A world class destination stretching from the dramatic moorland and breathtaking landscapes of Britain's first National Park to the ancient oaks of the National Forest in the south of the county. With a fascinating historical and cultural heritage, this unique and diverse region is home to some of the country's finest stately homes, enchanting market towns and picturesque villages.The name Bakewell originates from 'Bad-kwell' meaning 'bath-spring'. Bakewell is the only market town in the National Park. The charter for its Monday market was granted in 1330, the third year of King Edward III's forty year reign. The market consists of both domestic stalls and a cattle market. There are many shops clustered around Bakewell's marketplace.

 
 


   
BBC Good Food Show @ Birmingham NEC * 
including admission 

Experience the buzzing atmosphere filled with rich aromas, delightful flavours and a feast for your eyes. It’s a warm, wintery indulgence and the UK’s biggest food show. The Supertheatre is the highlight of the show, where you can watch the best celebrity chefs in the business cooking delicious dishes live.

 
 


   
Betws-y-Coed & Llandudno 
 

Betws-y-Coed is North Wales' most popular inland resort. It is where the River Conwy meets its three tributaries flowing from the west, the Llugwy, the Lledr and the Machno. Much of it was built in Victorian times and it is the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park.

Llandudno is Wales  largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore. Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions.

 
 


   
Black Country Museum * 
including admission 

Discover a fascinating world when you visit this urban heritage park in the shadow of Dudley Castle at the heart of the Black Country. Electric tramcars and trolleybuses transport visitors back in time from the modern exhibition halls to the canal-side village, where costumed demonstrators and working craftsmen bring buildings to life with their knowledge, skills and humour.

 
 


   
Blackpool & Tour of Illuminations 
 

Spend some time in Blackpool before re-joining the coach to travel through the Illuminations that are considered to be the greatest free light show on earth, which entertains millions of visitors each year and brings glowing warmth to even the coldest  evening.

 
 


   
Blackpool * 
 

The biggest and most popular seaside resort in Europe, Blackpool offers just about everything you can wish for. Everyone has heard of the Tower and the Golden Mile, but there's so much more to offer. Start with the Pleasure Beach, the single biggest tourist attraction in Britain with six and a half million visitors a year. Try the fabulous Sandcastle and the Big Wheel, go on to the Sea Life Centre, Louis Tussaud's, the three piers,. . . . and there's still so much more.

 
 


   
Bodnant Gardens & Betws-y-Coed 
National Trust Property 

With intimate corners, sweeping lawns, grand terraces and verdant woodland, there are many gardens in one at Bodnant. Created over 150 years, with plants collected and brought to Britain from far afield.

We also visit Betws-y-Coed.

 
 


   
Bolton Market & Bygone Times * 
 

Bolton is one of the North West’s shopping hot spots, with a long heritage as a bustling market town that stretches back to the 13th century. Situated in Ashburner Street, next to the main bus station, Bolton Market has indoor and outdoor stalls – fish, meat, fruit & vegetables and miscellaneous goods.

A unique shopping experience with something to interest everyone @ Bygone Times a Victorian Cobbled Alleyway leads through into a series of 3 warehouses featuring over 250 different units with antiques, collectables, curios, memorabilia and nostalgia. Don’t miss the Penny Arcade which features classic machines from yesteryear that are a favourite for grown ups and youngsters alike.

 
 


   
Boundary Mill & Blackpool Illuminations * 
including Fish & Chips 

A visit to the Colne Store with an all-inclusive package that offers time for shopping followed by late afternoon lunch with tea/coffee at Banny’s Restaurant, then re-board our coach for a tour of Blackpool Illuminations.

 
 


   
Boundary Mill * 
 

There is no better time to visit Boundary Mill where customers have a chance to discover new brands and departments in addition to purchasing products for the new season.   

 
 


   
Boundary Mill * 
including lunch 

A visit to the Colne Store with an inclusive package that offers a two course lunch plus tea/coffee at Banny’s Fish & Chip Restaurant, followed by time for shopping

 
 


   
Boundary Mill for Black Friday Event 
 
 
 


   
Bridgnorth, Severn Valley Railway & Bewdley 
including train journey 

Journey back in time as one of the vintage steam-hauled trains meanders its way through 16 miles of glorious countryside from Shropshire’s Gem of a medieval market town Bridgnorth, through Highley then onto the timeless village of Arley slumbering on the river banks, and onto Bewdley Station where we disembark for a short walk to the town centre for some free time before heading home.

 
 


   
Bridlington 
 

Bridlington situated on the East coast of Yorkshire, with its beautiful beaches and brand new award winning promenades and gardens, offers   a host of all weather activities. This famous seaside resort at Bridlington has an irresistible appeal for people of all ages and a special Bridlington welcome that is guaranteed to warm your heart.

 
 


   
Brief Encounter & Leighton Hall * 
including afternoon tea 

Carnforth Station Heritage Centre and the Brief Encounter Refreshment Room opened in 2003 following 3 years work to renovate the derelict buildings of Carnforth Station. Visitors from all over the world, come to enjoy the nostalgia of the station, which has been restored to its 1940s glory when it was used as the setting for David Lean’s film “Brief Encounter”. In the afternoon we visit Leighton Hall for an entertaining house tour, take a stroll through the pretty gardens before witnessing a breath taking display of falconry from our birds of prey, weather permitting. Finally, we visit the tea rooms, serving afternoon tea like it used to be, in proper tea cups, with sandwiches and homemade cakes especially made for our party.

 
 
 
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