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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.

The prices shown are for seniors, please let us know at the time of booking if you require an adult or child ticket.

    
  
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
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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Sat
1st Oct 2016
Lymington on market day   (Route 2)

Today we head to the beautiful Georgian market town situated on the edge of the New Forest between Southampton and Bournemouth.  From the bottom of the High Street a cobblestone road leads down to the Old Town Quay, still used as a base by commercial fishing boats.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Mon
3rd Oct 2016
Three hour river cruise with Ploughman's (Route 1)

Today we depart from Windsor for our relaxing three hour cruise.  Whilst on board, a delicious Ploughman’s lunch will be prepared for you; mature cheddar cheese, boned carved ham, pickled onions, fresh garden salad, chunky pickle served with a freshly baked baguette with tea or coffee.  A choc ice dessert finishes off lunch just nicely!  There is also a licensed bar on board if you fancy pushing the boat out!  We aim to leave at 15:00 after the cruise

£40
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Mon
3rd Oct 2016
A day in Cirencester  (Route 3)

Cirencester which is often called the Capital of the Cotswolds, is a market town in Gloucestershire, which was mentioned in the 1086 Doomsday book.  Cirencester is full of restored courtyards, alley ways and lovely old streets with many independent shops selling a myriad of goods, and plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose from.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Tue
4th Oct 2016
Shoreham shopper with lunch (Route 1 & route 2)

Why not join us, a little later today, as we start the day with lunch!  We then head to the Holmbush shopping centre in Shoreham for the fabulous M & S store and more.  Enjoy a frothy cappuccino or a restorative cup of tea at the M&S Café.  It’s just the place to sit and relax after wandering through the smart Marks and Spencer store, whether you’ve been browsing through the latest fashion arrivals or looking at the new furniture lines.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Wed
5th Oct 2016
Afternoon dog racing with three course lunch (Route 1 & 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
6th Oct 2016
Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory Greenwich (Route 1 & route 3)

Today we visit Greenwich.  Discover what life was like on board the real Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her time - now an award-winning visitor attraction.  This legendary19th-century sailing ship has been raised over three metres allowing you the jaw-dropping experience of walking directly underneath and touch the original hull planks and iron framework, which date back to 1869.  Afterwards, we visit the Royal Observatory to stand on the historic Prime Meridian of the World and see the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).  We aim, to leave at approximately 16:00

£29
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Fri
7th Oct 2016
Amberley Museum with fish and chip lunch (Route 1 & route 3)

We start today with an amazing fish and chip lunch on site at Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre.  Afterwards, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll around the museum.  Dedicated to the industrial heritage of the South East, exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service (both provide free nostalgic travel around the site), Connected Earth Telecommunications Hall, Milne Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more.  The Museum is also home to traditional craftspeople, such as the blacksmith and potter.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£25
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Mon
10th Oct 2016
Mystery tour with lunch (Route 1 & route 2)

We are off again on our popular day out – the mystery!!  Will you dare to take a chance?  Early booking recommended.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Tue
11th Oct 2016
Chichester with harbour cruise (Route 1)

Today you can enjoy free time in Chichester maybe at the Cathedral or the shops.  The choice is yours.  At 14:30, we take you to the harbour for your 90 minute cruise.  We aim to leave at 16:00 

£24
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Tue
11th Oct 2016
Shoreham shopper with lunch (Route 3)

Why not join us, a little later today, as we start the day with lunch!  We then head to the Holmbush shopping centre in Shoreham for the fabulous M & S store and more.  Enjoy a frothy cappuccino or a restorative cup of tea at the M&S Café.  It’s just the place to sit and relax after wandering through the smart Marks and Spencer store, whether you’ve been browsing through the latest fashion arrivals or looking at the new furniture lines.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Tue
11th Oct 2016
Shoreham shopper with lunch (Route 3)

Why not join us, a little later today, as we start the day with lunch!  We then head to the Holmbush shopping centre in Shoreham for the fabulous M & S store and more.  Enjoy a frothy cappuccino or a restorative cup of tea at the M&S Café.  It’s just the place to sit and relax after wandering through the smart Marks and Spencer store, whether you’ve been browsing through the latest fashion arrivals or looking at the new furniture lines.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Wed
12th Oct 2016
Free time in St Albans   (Route 3)

St Albans is a historic market town in Hertfordshire.  The city’s colourful history can be seen in the Roman remains and the beautiful medieval architecture.  Free time to explore your interests.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Thu
13th Oct 2016
Hever Castle Autumn Colour Trail    (Route 1 & route 3)

Experience 700 years of history at the romantic double-moated castle once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn.  The splendid rooms contain fine furniture, tapestries, antiques, an important collection of Tudor paintings and two prayer books inscribed and signed by Anne Boleyn herself.  Included in the price is the Hever Castle Autumn Trail to see the garden at its glorious autumnal best.  As you wander the trail, discover a tree with flowers like snowdrops, find out which tree’s sap is believed to be a cure for sciatica, and uncover a tree with leaves that smell of burnt sugar.  We aim to leave at 16:00

£27
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Fri
14th Oct 2016
Hampton Court Palace   (Route 1 & route 2)

For 500 years Hampton Court has majestically stood by the banks of the River Thames!  Commenced by Cardinal Wolsey to entertain his pleasure seeking King, Henry VIII, and 10 years later gifted to him.  The palace has been witness to two revolutions, three royal honeymoons, and the birth of Henry's long awaited son Edward, and been pivotal to many more historic events.  You can also see those 500 years brought to life with 'history where it happened' including Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Charles I and Oliver Cromwell, Charles II and his mistresses, as well as the Georges and Victoria.   A display of masterpieces from the Royal Collection opened in November 2014, including portraits and landscapes by Canaletto, Van Dyck, Caravaggio, Titian, Holbein and Gainsborough.  We aim to leave at approximately 15:30

£29
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Sat
15th Oct 2016
Lymington on market day   (Route 1 & route 3)

Today we head to the beautiful Georgian market town situated on the edge of the New Forest between Southampton and Bournemouth.  From the bottom of the High Street a cobblestone road leads down to the Old Town Quay, still used as a base by commercial fishing boats.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Tue
18th Oct 2016
Free time in Deal   (Route 1)

Deal in Kent, has a lovely seafront promenade and a pebble beach with small fishing boats pulled up on the shingle.  It’s a perfect place to spend time relaxing ….. all that fresh air.  The seafront also boasts Deal and Walmer Castles.  There is a collection of little fashion boutiques, vintage shops, quality food shops and other shops for you to browse.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00  

£15
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Tue
18th Oct 2016
Free time in St Albans   (Route 2)

St Albans is a historic market town in Hertfordshire.  The city’s colourful history can be seen in the Roman remains and the beautiful medieval architecture.  Free time to explore your interests.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Wed
19th Oct 2016
Hampton Court Palace   (Route 3)

For 500 years Hampton Court has majestically stood by the banks of the River Thames!  Commenced by Cardinal Wolsey to entertain his pleasure seeking King, Henry VIII, and 10 years later gifted to him.  The palace has been witness to two revolutions, three royal honeymoons, and the birth of Henry's long awaited son Edward, and been pivotal to many more historic events.  You can also see those 500 years brought to life with 'history where it happened' including Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Charles I and Oliver Cromwell, Charles II and his mistresses, as well as the Georges and Victoria.   A display of masterpieces from the Royal Collection opened in November 2014, including portraits and landscapes by Canaletto, Van Dyck, Caravaggio, Titian, Holbein and Gainsborough.  We aim to leave at approximately 15:30

£29
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Thu
20th Oct 2016
Rye on market day (Route 3)

We visit this small town in East Sussex.  A very popular and relaxing day out.  Please book early to avoid disappointment.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Fri
21st Oct 2016
Birdworld   (Route 1 & route 2)

Birdworld is home to a stunning collection of colourful and exotic birds from all around the world.  Landscaped aviaries and enclosures are set in 26 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland.  Your day out also includes entry to Underwater World (the tropical aquarium), plus the Jenny Wren Farm.  We also visit the award winning Forest Lodge Garden Centre and aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£25
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Sat
22nd Oct 2016
A day in Cirencester  (Route 1 & route 2)

Cirencester which is often called the Capital of the Cotswolds, is a market town in Gloucestershire, which was mentioned in the 1086 Doomsday book.  Cirencester is full of restored courtyards, alley ways and lovely old streets with many independent shops selling a myriad of goods, and plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose from.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£19
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Tue
25th Oct 2016
Covent Garden and the National and Portrait Galleries  (Route 1)

Today we visit Covent Garden with the National and Portrait galleries on the doorstep.  You are booked into both and can choose how to plan your day.  You may even choose to stay in the lively Covent Garden area.  It’s up to you.  We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Wed
26th Oct 2016
Camden Market  (Route 1)

Camden Markets, Camden Town. London's most popular open-air market area with stalls, shops, pubs and restaurants.  The Camden markets are a number of adjoining large retail markets in Camden Town near the Hampstead Road Lock of the Regent's Canal, often collectively named "Camden Market" or "Camden Lock".   We aim to leave at approximately 16:00

£15
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Thu
27th Oct 2016
Rye on market day (Route 1 & route 2)

We visit this small town in East Sussex.  A very popular and relaxing day out.  Please book early to avoid disappointment.  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.

The prices shown are for seniors, please let us know at the time of booking if you require an adult or child ticket.

 
 

 

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