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Route 1 (Crawley / Horley) - Depart 9am Premier Depot Copthorne RH10 3PD next to the Texaco garage – free parking, 9:15 Crawley bus station Stop E, 9:35 bus stop opposite Horley library.

Route 2 (Horsham) – Depart 9am Hop Oast Park and Ride Horsham, 09:15 Horsham bus station, 09:30 bus stop opposite Horsham train station.

Route 3 (East Grinstead) – Depart 9am bus stop Buckhurst Way London Road East Grinstead, 9:15 bus stop by East Grinstead War Memorial, 9:25 East Grinstead train station.

Times may vary but are confirmed on your invoice.  Please ask when booking if you would like confirmation.

    
  
Tue
6th Sep 2016
Rochester and Rochester Castle  (Route 1)

Rochester is a historic city on the banks of the River Medway, and was favoured by Charles Dickens for many years and boasts a Cathedral and Castle.  Rochester Castle stands on the East bank of the River Medway.  The 12th century keep, which is the castles most prominent feature, is one of the best preserved in England or France.  Today it stands as a proud reminder of the history of Rochester along with the Cathedral and cobbled streets.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£21
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Wed
7th Sep 2016
Fairford on market day (Route 3)

Fairford is an ancient market town in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, sitting on the River Coln.  It is dominated by the beautiful Church of St Mary with its pinnacled tower and magnificent stained medieval glass, ranked amongst the finest in England.  Explore Fairford on market day, a co-operative of people selling local produce and wares, and craft stalls to browse.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Thu
8th Sep 2016
A visit to Newbury  (Route 1 and Route 3)

Newbury has a very vibrant town centre with a great mix of shops, pubs and restaurants along the pedestrianised main streets.  The Market has a long history and it is believed to have been in place since Anglo-Saxon times.  Earliest records show that a toll was received from the Market in 1205 which amounted to £8.00, a very large sum in those days.  In 2006 the Market Place was refurbished and it now provides a pleasant area within which to browse the stalls.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Fri
9th Sep 2016
Weald of Kent, craft and design show, Tonbridge  (Route 1 and Route 2)

One not to be missed for those who enjoy making and designing.  This event is held at Penshurst Place.  It showcases and exhibits product artefacts, sheepskin rugs, benches, home furnishings, textiles, leather and leather products, and fabrics and yarn products too.  Come along and maybe start a new hobby.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£23
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Sat
10th Sep 2016
Romford market (Route 1)

Whether you’re looking for a new outfit, just browsing or picking up your weekly groceries, you will find everything you need here at Romford market.  The market is located in the town.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Sat
10th Sep 2016
Weald of Kent, craft and design show, Tonbridge  (Route 3)

One not to be missed for those who enjoy making and designing.  This event is held at Penshurst Place.  It showcases and exhibits product artefacts, sheepskin rugs, benches, home furnishings, textiles, leather and leather products, and fabrics and yarn products too.  Come along and maybe start a new hobby.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£23
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Sun
11th Sep 2016
Gardens and Guards (Great Dixter and KESR)  (Route 1)

An opportunity to enjoy an exclusive tour of Great Dixter House and its superb gardens, followed by a Cream Tea aboard a steam hauled train on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.  We arrive at Great Dixter for a private tour of the house and an exclusive chance to wander round the superb renowned gardens, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and the home of the late Christopher Lloyd OBE, who devoted his lifetime to creating one of the most experimental gardens of our time.

We depart at 1.30pm for a short trip by coach to the nearby Kent & East Sussex Railway station at Northiam, to catch the steam train to Bodiam, which then returns to Tenterden at 3.10pm.  You will enjoy a Cream Tea on the return trip from Bodiam, whilst viewing the superb scenery of the Rother Valley and High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  We return after the train journey.

£44
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Sun
11th Sep 2016
A visit to Bournemouth (Route 2)

Back by popular demand!  If you enjoy beautiful golden sands and sparkling sea, this day trip is for you.  Bournemouth also has a vast variety of shops and restaurants.  The award winning gardens are stunning, so don’t forget your camera!  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Tue
13th Sep 2016
A visit to Bournemouth (Route 1)

Back by popular demand!  If you enjoy beautiful golden sands and sparkling sea, this day trip is for you.  Bournemouth also has a vast variety of shops and restaurants.  The award winning gardens are stunning, so don’t forget your camera!  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Wed
14th Sep 2016
Fairford on market day (Route 1 and Route 2)

Fairford is an ancient market town in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, sitting on the River Coln.  It is dominated by the beautiful Church of St Mary with its pinnacled tower and magnificent stained medieval glass, ranked amongst the finest in England.  Explore Fairford on market day, a co-operative of people selling local produce and wares, and craft stalls to browse.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Thu
15th Sep 2016
Windsor cruise with Downton Abbey style afternoon tea (Route 1)

This is a three hour boat cruise departing from Windsor. On board there will be an Edwardian maid to look after you and serve a delicious Edwardian inspired afternoon tea on finest silver tea ware and three tier cake stands.  Enjoy the running commentary during the cruise and you can enjoy a sing -a- long to the classic songs of the era.

£39
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Thu
15th Sep 2016
A visit to Bournemouth (Route 3)

Back by popular demand!  If you enjoy beautiful golden sands and sparkling sea, this day trip is for you.  Bournemouth also has a vast variety of shops and restaurants.  The award winning gardens are stunning, so don’t forget your camera!  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Fri
16th Sep 2016
Free time in Salisbury (Route 1 and Route 2)

With timbered buildings, an Early English Gothic Cathedral home to the famous Magna Carta, a thriving market, a buzzing arts scene, museums and some of England’s finest historic houses waiting to be explored, you have free time to explore your own interests.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Sat
17th Sep 2016
Craft Fair at the Alexandra Palace (Route 3)

The twice yearly award winning show (April and September) brings in over 5,000 visitors on each occasion – a mixture of beginners and experienced crafters who have attended this event for many years and enjoy the bargains, live demonstrations and informal atmosphere.  There is a wide selection of exhibitors and best selling brands, top branded bargains, the latest card making and scrapbooking trends with inspirational demo’s from craft experts Sue Wilson, John Lockwood and more!  There are also free prize draws for craft goodies from Creative Expressions.  With plenty of eating and catering facilities, this is one not to be missed if you enjoy crafting.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£21
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Sun
18th Sep 2016
Craft Fair at the Alexandra Palace (Route 1 and Route 2)

The twice yearly award winning show (April and September) brings in over 5,000 visitors on each occasion – a mixture of beginners and experienced crafters who have attended this event for many years and enjoy the bargains, live demonstrations and informal atmosphere.  There is a wide selection of exhibitors and best selling brands, top branded bargains, the latest card making and scrapbooking trends with inspirational demo’s from craft experts Sue Wilson, John Lockwood and more!  There are also free prize draws for craft goodies from Creative Expressions.  With plenty of eating and catering facilities, this is one not to be missed if you enjoy crafting.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£21
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Mon
19th Sep 2016
A day out in Abingdon on Thames (Route 1 and Route 2)

Abingdon-on-Thames proudly claims to be the oldest town in the country.  It has wonderful outdoor spaces that are great to just relax, stroll in, or watch the river go by from a comfortable bench. Take your pick and have the kind of day that suits you, in a park, riverside area or Market Place cafe.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Tue
20th Sep 2016
Ightham Mote (Route 1)

Ightham Mote is a charming medieval moated manor house with gardens which was built nearly 700 years ago.  It has been owned by medieval knights, and courtiers to Henry VIII. The highlights are the picturesque courtyard, Great Hall, Crypt and the tudor painted ceiling.  This is a must for history lovers, and those who appreciate and love architecture, and for those who take pleasure in the delights of lovely gardens.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£25
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Wed
21st Sep 2016
Afternoon dog racing with three course lunch (Route 1 and Route 2)

This afternoon, we enjoy a little flutter and a three course lunch in the Skyline restaurant.  Will you be lucky?  Early booking recommended.   We aim to leave after the last race at approximately 18:00

£20
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Thu
22nd Sep 2016
Exbury Gardens with train ride (Route 1)

Today we are off to Hampshire to the famous Exbury gardens which belong to a branch of the Rothschild family.  Exbury has been described as ‘heaven with the gates open’.  From botanical rarities to masses of spectacular colour, there is something for all to enjoy.  This will be a wonderful display of all the seasonal flowers and plants.  Included in the price is a steam train ride through the gardens.  One not to be missed.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£32
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Thu
22nd Sep 2016
A day out in Abingdon on Thames (Route 3)

Abingdon-on-Thames proudly claims to be the oldest town in the country.  It has wonderful outdoor spaces that are great to just relax, stroll in, or watch the river go by from a comfortable bench. Take your pick and have the kind of day that suits you, in a park, riverside area or Market Place cafe.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Fri
23rd Sep 2016
Blenheim Palace & Gardens (Route 1 and Route 2)

Blenheim Palace is a monumental country house situated in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. It is the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough, and the only non-royal non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace.  Blenheim Palace sits among 2000 acres of beautifully landscaped parkland and formal gardens.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£30
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Sat
24th Sep 2016
Romford market (Route 1)

Whether you’re looking for a new outfit, just browsing or picking up your weekly groceries, you will find everything you need here at Romford market.  The market is located in the town.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Mon
26th Sep 2016
5 day holiday to Great Yarmouth (Route 1)

Staying at the St Georges Hotel, dinner bed and breakfast

Norwich, a city where an unrivalled collection of heritage landmarks, spanning 1,000 years of history, blends beautifully with striking 21st century architecture. A city alive with an inclusive atmosphere, compact enough to make you feel at home.  Wroxham, the capital of the Broads and is the heart and hub of boating holidays in Norfolk.  Hemsby, which is divided into two main areas - the village and the beach.  The village has a number of shops and attractive buildings, including the 12th century church of St. Mary the Virgin.  Winterton-on-Sea is also on the agenda, a pretty little thatched cottage historic village, mentioned in the Domesday book, with a backdrop of majestic white wind turbines inland towards the village of Somerton, and mile after mile of pale sandy beach backed by sand dunes to the west.

£175
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Mon
26th Sep 2016
A trip to Bexhill on Sea (Route 2)

Bexhill-on-Sea is the birthplace of British motor racing, home of the De La Warr Pavilion and Guinness World Record breaker for the largest Charleston dance.  Nestling between the bustling resorts of Eastbourne and Hastings, the British seaside resort of Bexhill is set in magnificent countryside. There are a wealth of castles, historic attractions and places of interest in and around Bexhill and 1066 Country.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Tue
27th Sep 2016
Blenheim Palace & Gardens (Route 3)

Blenheim Palace is a monumental country house situated in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. It is the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough, and the only non-royal non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace.  Blenheim Palace sits among 2000 acres of beautifully landscaped parkland and formal gardens.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£30
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Thu
29th Sep 2016
A visit to Newbury  (Route 2)

Newbury has a very vibrant town centre with a great mix of shops, pubs and restaurants along the pedestrianised main streets.  The Market has a long history and it is believed to have been in place since Anglo-Saxon times.  Earliest records show that a toll was received from the Market in 1205 which amounted to £8.00, a very large sum in those days.  In 2006 the Market Place was refurbished and it now provides a pleasant area within which to browse the stalls.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Fri
30th Sep 2016
A trip to Bexhill on Sea (Route 3)

Bexhill-on-Sea is the birthplace of British motor racing, home of the De La Warr Pavilion and Guinness World Record breaker for the largest Charleston dance.  Nestling between the bustling resorts of Eastbourne and Hastings, the British seaside resort of Bexhill is set in magnificent countryside. There are a wealth of castles, historic attractions and places of interest in and around Bexhill and 1066 Country.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Routes now available ...

Route 1 (Crawley / Horley) - Depart 9am Premier Depot Copthorne RH10 3PD next to the Texaco garage – free parking, 9:15 Crawley bus station Stop E, 9:35 bus stop opposite Horley library.

Route 2 (Horsham) – Depart 9am Hop Oast Park and Ride Horsham, 09:15 Horsham bus station, 09:30 bus stop opposite Horsham train station.

Route 3 (East Grinstead) – Depart 9am bus stop Buckhurst Way London Road East Grinstead, 9:15 bus stop by East Grinstead War Memorial, 9:25 East Grinstead train station.

Times may vary but are confirmed on your invoice.  Please ask when booking if you would like confirmation.

 
 

 

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