May

May

8th May Bletchley Park VE Celebration

Come and join us as we visit Bletchley Park as they celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
This year’s early May bank holiday has been moved back by four days for the whole of the UK to celebrate.

The visit will form part of a weekend of national commemorative events, being held across the country.

9th May Llandudno Victorian Extraviganza

Llandudno plays host to a Victorian Extravaganza featuring a Victorian street fair, old time fair rides, fun stalls, steam engines, people dressed in Victorian costume, street parades at 12 midday each day and street entertainment the whole family will enjoy.

Llandudno Victorian Extraviganza 9th May
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13th Midweek Mystery

Over the years our mystery tours have proved to be a favourite with our travellers. On our journeys we have visited towns, cities, beaches, castles grand houses and all manor of destinations which is why the trips are a complete mystery as to where we go to on our days out.

Have fun trying to guess where we will go to

Mid-Week 35 + Mystery Trip 13th May
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16th Barry Island

A beautiful seaside resort with stunning family friendly beaches, a shopping centre at Holton Road where you’ll find many nationally recognised stores and the vibrant High Street full of independent, quirky shops, cafés and restaurants.

The Knap Lake and Gardens provide old school charm with a Welsh harp-shaped boating lake against a backdrop of quaint cafes, and the towns’ parks; Romilly Park and Victoria Park, which are perfect for enjoying leisurely strolls or activities for the more energetic visitor.  

Barry Island 16th May
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23rd Wellsbourne Market & Leamington Spa

Leamington Spa is a town in central England. Set on the winding River Leam, it’s known for its Regency architecture and broad boulevards. The colonnaded Royal Pump Rooms, a 19th-century bathhouse, now houses the Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum. It includes a local history gallery and an original hammam, or cooling room. Jephson Gardens is a park with formal flowerbeds and a glasshouse for tropical plants.

Wellesbourne & Leamington 23rd May
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25th Barmouth

When people think of Barmouth they often picture a traditional seaside resort. And it’s true, Barmouth is a fabulous place for families with miles of safe, clean, sandy beaches, donkey rides and trampolines, crabbing, candy floss and amusement arcades. There’s also an indoor play centre with a pottery and other activities so whatever the weather there’s plenty to do.

Whether you just want to relax and chill-out over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, or whether you want an action packed, adrenaline fuelled break, Barmouth can cater for you.  Here, where beach is our front garden and the mountains our back yard, is where everyone can enjoy themselves, whatever the weather. 

26th May Twin Lakes

Twinlakes is a theme park located in Leicestershire, England.

The park was opened in September 2003, eleven months after the site was purchased. The 100-acre park is family friendly with a large percentage of its rides being for young children, in comparison with other theme parks such as Alton Towers and Drayton Manor. Furthermore, groups of visitors with no children are not allowed access to the park.

Like many similar venues, Twinlakes is divided into geographic ‘zones’ to help visitors find their way around. However, unlike other places there seems to be little similarity between the individual attractions within each zone. Attractions at present include: small zoo, falconry centre, roller coaster, log flume, assault course, toboggan slide, go karts, “Excalibur” chair swing, “Icarus” sky flyer, Teacups, “Joust” horse ride, dragon themed toddler ride, “American Dream” model village, bumper boats, a boating lake and many more. A miniature railway with an oriental style transports visitors between various parts of the park.

Twin Lakes Theme Park 26th May
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26th Weston Super Mare

Weston-super-Mare, also known as just Weston, is a seaside town in Somerset, England, part of the unitary authority of North Somerset. 

27th Midweek Mystery trip

Over the years our mystery tours have proved to be a favourite with our travellers. On our journeys we have visited towns, cities, beaches, castles grand houses and all manor of destinations which is why the trips are a complete mystery as to where we go to on our days out.

Have fun trying to guess where we will go to

Mid-Week 35 + Mystery Trip 27th May
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28th May Twycross Zoo Inc Admission

Twycross Zoo is a medium to large zoo near Norton Juxta Twycross, Leicestershire. The zoo has the largest collection of monkeys and apes in the Western World, and in 2006 re-launched itself as “Twycross Zoo – The World Primate Centre”.

Tycross Zoo (inc Admin) 28th May
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29th Morcambe

The seaside town of Morecambe in Lancashire has been entertaining holiday makers on a budget for decades. While Morecambe can offer visitors magnificent views stretching to the Lakeland fells, and its famous son and namesake Eric constantly brings sunshine and a smile, the town has suffered from a lack of investment over the years. And like its cousin Blackpool further along the coast it has been ignored in the gentrification of British seaside resorts. But changes are afoot with proposals to build The Eden Project North on the sea front, and the iconic Midland Hotel is popular after a faithful restoration. 

30th Blackpool

Blackpool is a seaside resort on the Irish Sea coast of England. It’s known for Blackpool Pleasure Beach, an old-school amusement park with vintage wooden roller coasters. Built in 1894, the landmark Blackpool Tower houses a circus, a glass viewing platform and the Tower Ballroom, where dancers twirl to the music of a Wurlitzer organ. 

Blackpool (depart 17:30) 30th May
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31st British Iron Works Museum

The biggest display of decorative metalwork in the UK. Featuring live work from the some of the best artists and blacksmiths in the country. The Centre created the world renowned “Spoon Gorilla” made from over 40,000 donated spoons, as seen on the BBC. The Centre was officially opened to visitors in 2014 by HRH Prince Michael of Kent. Donations are welcome for Hope House Children’s Hospice. Most recent projects include the “Knife Angel” made from over 100,000 weapons which have been removed from the streets of the United Kingdom, working with national police forces, families affected by knife crime and community action groups to ensure people think twice before carrying a blade.