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Ideas and suggestions for holidays

Excursions

  • Getting outdoors in the South West

    The South West – what a beautiful part of the world! There is so much to explore and there is always somewhere untouched to discover where only a few other...

  • Group Outings Over The Summer

    A lot of big organisations like Scout and Guide troops, churches, schools, student societies and other similar groups have started undertaking big group outings and...

  • Things to do When Visiting Canterbury

    Canterbury is a great place to visit as it is a very historical city with a lot to see. It is also a very European city and many people visit for the day or come here...

  • Public Warning Signs

    There are many instances where the public need to be warned about hazards or anti-social behaviour so that they are kept safe and informed when out on...

  • Forget The Coach: Try More Exciting Escorted Tours

    If you’ve shunned escorted tour holidays in the past because you don’t think of two weeks sitting in a coach as much of a good time, it may be time to...

  • Visiting National Parks

    As well as the many thousands of miles of public footpaths throughout the United Kingdom, there are fourteen national parks in England and Wales which were originally...

  • Get the most from your Visitor Guides

    Visitor guides are very popular ways of documenting and displaying information about a particular area of interest of tourist attraction. It is these guides which can...

  • Long Distance Walking Excursions

    In today’s age of economic depression and tighter purse strings, more economical types of holidays are becoming more popular and walking or hiking vacations are...

  • Visiting Parks In A Wheelchair

    Days Out On Wheels If you are confined to a wheelchair but still love to go outdoors, why not broaden your horizons with a day or part day at the park? There are many...

  • Day Trips - Italian Cookery Courses in London

    Are you looking for a fun day out in London where you can learn new skills? Instead of visiting the usual tourist spots perhaps you would like to try a different kind...

 

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