Derbyshire Dales & Bakewell Market
Bolton Market & Botany Bay
A visit to the Colne Store with an inclusive package that offers a one course lunch plus tea/coffee at Banny’s Fish & Chip Restaurant, followed by time for shopping.
Bury Market has dominated the consumer retail sector in the area. Over the past thirty years, retail giants have developed in the vicinity, yet Bury Market remains the undisputed champion of the North, attracting 250,000 visitors every week. Quite rightly world famous, Bury Open Market oozes charisma and atmosphere. The ambience and layout offers visitors the opportunity to seek out and visit every stall.
Chorley is famous for its markets, which date back to 1498. Situated in the heart of Chorley town centre, the covered market has over 70 stalls and the historic Flat Iron market adds over 100 further stalls. Later enjoy cream tea served in Botany Bays private function room.
Visit York and be inspired. Renowned for its exquisite architecture, tangle of quaint cobbled streets and the iconic York Minster, York is fast developing a flourishing, cutting-edge scene.
Enjoy a morning of mill shopping followed by two course lunch with tea or coffee. Live entertainment begins at approx 1pm with some gameshow favourites.
Northwich Market & Dagfields Crafts & Antiques
Salford Quays for Lowry & Designer Outlet & Imperial War Museum.
Trafford Centre for Shopping
Enjoy a morning of mill shopping before you savour afternoon tea & dancing in the beautiful Accrington Town Hall ballroom which dates back to 1858 and features fully sprung dance floor.aldtwistle Mills is offering you the chance to WIN your fortune. There will be Sale Bargains galore in-store for the New Year, a heart-warming homemade two course lunch & an afternoon of Cash Prizes with Play Your Cards Right, Take Your Pick, & the chance to win BIG in the FREE Cash Prize Bingo session. Ka-ching!
Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, steeped in culture and history. Set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon, it is one of the most important tourist destinations in the UK. Stratford-upon-Avon is a town, small in size but large in history and interest. The streets themselves hold a thousand delights with the chemistry of the ages mixed in with the needs of today.