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Spend at least two hours in each of theses two delightful Norfolk towns, Cromer is well known for it's victorian pier, suberb beaches and attractions. Sheringham is a lovely family destination, with a promenade to enjoy a stroll and many hidden shops and courtyards to discover.
Don't miss the show that signifies the start of the gardening show season. Please note we are happy to carry plants purchased. Due to the timed entry slots to the show to maintain social distancing, there will be free time in Harrogate prior to our entry at 1.30pm.
Hunts Coaches offers one of our regular trips to this popular resort, maybe visit the ruins of the Gothic Whitby Abbey with its amazing views or take a scenic tour on a open topped bus or maybe try a boat trip along the coast.
Visit this beautiful two acre gardens with a guided tour from one of the highly knowledgeable Rosarians who will point out the extensive range of roses, then enjoy a two course lunch with time to relax, maybe visit the garden centre or have a browse around maybe find that perfect rose for your own garden
We first visit the amazing beautiful Easton Walled gardens which are ancient spectacular grounds brought back to life in 2001. In the afternoon we visit the secret gardens of Little Ponton with the roses in full bloom, a beautiful secret haven with refreshments included.
A chance to step back in time, take a visit to the fantastic 1940's event at the Mid Norfolk railway, with a retutrn journey from Dereham Station to Wymondham Abbey. Sit back and relax as you experience life in a different era. There will be re-enactment, (watch out for loud bangs) displays, stalls to browse and music to enjoy
Spend the day exporing the fabulous East Park in Hull, the largest park in the city. A fantastic destination for all the family, with over a 130 acres to explore, it offers something for everyone, with an animal education centre, host to a variety of domestic, farm and exotic animals, a children's splash pond and playground, there's swan boats and rowing boats and a central pavilion cafe to refuel .
Spend the day in the great outdoors and what better place then the truly magical Sherwood Forest the legendary home of Robin Hood. With centuries old Oak trees, this ancient woodland is full pf wildlife and nature to discover. Maybe take a visit to the local Edwinstowe village which has a craft centre, shops and eateries too.
Spend some time in the beautiful quaint town of Bakewell, don't forget to try Bakewells famous pudding whilst your there. Then we will take a visit to the East Midlands designer outlet, which is part of the McArthurGlen group, with a variety of designer shops theres sure to be something for everyone.
Spend some time in the beauiful quaint town of Bakewell, maybe browse the market or take a relaxing stroll but not forgetting to try the local famous pudding. Mid afternoon we'll travel to the historic village of Eyam better known as the "plague village" with quaint stoned cottages, a medieval church, tea rooms and raft centre, not forgetting the historic house Eyam Hall.
See the matinee performance of bed knobs and Broomsticks, a truly magical new musical of three young orphaned children who are evacuated from London during World War Two, unaware of the experiences awaiting them. They discover their new gaurdian is a trainee witch. Working to gether they try to create a spell that will defeat the ememy for good, as they are "armed with an enchanted bed knob, a bewitched broomstick and a flying bed" the magical journey begins!
The Sandringham Christmas craft, food and gift fair is an enjoyable way to start the festive season. With over 300 exhibitions your sure to find the perfect present, with a range of food courts, magic and illusion entertainment, ice carving and a synthetic ice skating ring, there really is so much to see and do.
Cinderella is one of the much loved and well known classic fairy tales. Join us for a matinee performance at the Gillian Lynn theatre London, to enjoy another of Andrew Lloyd Webber's fabulous musicals which is said to "reinvent the classic fairy-tale " Please note the age recommendation is 6+
Step through the magical Wardrobe into the enchanted kingdom of Narnia during this matinee performance and see the adventures of Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter as they embark on the experiences in this mystical magical Winter Wonderland where they meet "the king of Narnia, a fawn, talking beavers and not forgetting the wicked evil white witch.
This excursion will definately spark the interest of all you classic car entusiasts. There will be so many cars on display, with car clubs occupying a wide variety of marques, exhibitors, car dealers and auto jumble stalls to browse your to find something you need!