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Blackpool 
 

Blackpool is possibly the most famous of all the British seaside resorts, with is fabulous beach, amazing attractions and of course, the iconic Blackpool Tower. The town sits on the Lancashire coast, overlooking the Irish Sea and became popular in the Victorian Era with those looking to practise ‘sea-bathing’ as a means of curing whatever ailed them.

There’s an absolute plethora of things to do in Blackpool, from the beach and paddling in the sea, to wandering the promenade to thrilling theme-parks and even a Zoo. So why not join us for a short break to this wonderful seaside resort and enjoy all the fun of the seaside!

 
 


   
Blackpool Illuminations 
 

Enjoy a short break to Blackpool for the last showing of the annual illuminations.

 
 


   
Blenheim Palace at Christmas 
 

Blenheim Palace is opening its doors and welcoming visitors to enjoy the Palace dressed from Christmas. The magnificent Palace will be decorated with elegant displays of treasured yuletide traditions and in the Great Court Christmas trees will sparkle in the colonnades, offering visitors a truly magical experience.

 
 


   
Cambridge & National Stud 
 

Take a trip to Newmarket – the home of horseracing! The highlight of the break is a visit to National Stud, a working thoroughbred stud farm. You also get to see the Stallion Unit, with the opportunity to see the stallions in their paddocks or going about their daily work, as well as visiting various yards and paddocks where you can watch the mares and foals grazing and enjoying the sunshine.

 
 


   
Canals, Houses & Chocolates  
 

Our new tour delves into the heart of Lancashire visiting some unique attractions. Included in this tour is a canal cruise, visit to a medieval house and a chocolate making demonstration.

 
 


   
Canals, Houses & Chocolates 
 

Lancashire is a place of ancient history and industrial innovation, where romantic sensibilities meet everyday practicality. This is perhaps best seen in the staggering number of hidden treasures on offer in the county, places you just wouldn’t expect to find in the industrial north, heartland of the ‘satanic mills’. This tour takes in just a few of these hidden treasures, and shows you a side of Lancashire you might well be surprised by.

 
 


   
Chocolate & Safari Adventure 
Cadbury World & West Midlands Safari Park 

Discover the hidden world of how the nation’s favourite chocolate bar is produced at Cadbury World. Uncover a world of chocolate delight as your take a tour of the factory and visit the biggest Cadbury Shop full of them! Then come face to face with some of the fastest, largest and cutest animals as you take a 4 mile safari drive adventure at West Midlands Safari.

 

 
 


   
Edinburgh 
Co-op Scunthorpe Exclusive 

The traditional and romantic Christmas Market in the heart of the City of Edinburgh offers a unique shopping experience for every visitor with its fair of crafters, artists, gift shops and gastronomic surprises. This is the perfect opportunity to get into the Christmas spirit!

 
 


   
Edinburgh & Royal Yacht Britannia 
 

Take a spring break to Edinburgh to visit Scotland’s best visitor attraction; the Royal Yacht Britannia. Discover what life is like on board The Queen’s floating Royal Residence. The self-led tour covers Britannia’s five main decks. You start at the Bridge, explore the State Apartments, Crew's Quarters and finish at the Engine Room. From here you can also visit the Royal Sailing Exhibition and learn about the Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound.

 
 


   
Edinburgh Christmas Market 
 

The traditional and romantic Christmas Market in the heart of the City of Edinburgh offers a unique shopping experience for every visitor with its fair of crafters, artists, gift shops and gastronomic surprises. This is the perfect opportunity to get into the Christmas spirit!

 
 


   
Edinburgh Escape 
 

Join us for an early break in 2017 to Edinburgh, the inspirational capital of Scotland. Discovering stunning scenery, striking architecture and fine food whilst not forgetting top attractions such as Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh Castle and National Museum of Scotland.

 
 


   
Edinburgh Tattoo 
 

Join us for a short break to Scotland, and spend a few days amid the treasures of the North. You’ll have the chance to visit an ancient town, a beautiful 18th century house and of course, see the famous Edinburgh Tattoo, where military bands and artistic display teams will thrill you with their perfectly timed performances.

 
 


   
Fairford Air Show 
 

The Royal International Air Tattoo has few rivals for intensity, drama and spectacle. Thrilling aerial displays and fascinating attractions, this is one of the UK’s premier outdoor events. You’ll be able to enjoy a truly spectacular flying display, performed by all manner of aircraft, from across the world. There’s also the chance to meet the air-crews, and get up close and personal with your favourite air-craft.

So why not join us for this incredible show, and enjoy the breath-taking feats of daring pilots as they spin, bank and accelerate high above you!

 
 


   
Grand National 
 

If you’re thinking of going to the Grand National, why not let us take all the stress out of the day? Join us on this 3-day tour, which offers you a day at the races and a day of relaxation in Manchester. So, pack your glad-rags and join us for this short break to the biggest event on the horse-racing calendar!

 
 


   
Hampton Court Palace & Bluebell Steam 
 

A wonderful break to Sussex including the famous Bluebell Railway for a nostalgic steam journey through the countryside followed by a visit to Brighton. We also inlcude a visit to Hampton Court Royal Palace & Gardens, the opulent palace which was Henry the VIII's favourite residence. 

 
 
 
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