|Saturday 11th January 9.30am
||Get those shopping trolleys out again, we set you down and pick up at the market entrance returning at 3.30pm.
|Sunday 9th February 9.30am
||Boundary Mill Sale
||Off to search out a bargain at Colne. We arrive by 10.45am and depart at 3.30pm.
|Saturday 14th March 8.30am
||Springtime in York
||Today we travel direct to the famous city and arrive by 10.30am.
We depart for home at 4.30pm.
|Sunday 22nd March 10.30am
||(NEW) Mothering Sunday Lunch – Queens Hotel Llandudno
||Our day starts with pick ups close to home and then a scenic drive through North Wales arriving at the Queens Hotel around 10:30. A coffee in the hotel (not included) and then maybe a stroll down the seafront or some shopping. At 13:00 we return to the Queens to settle down for lunch at around 13:30. Lunch includes a starter and main course, desserts are available for a small additional cost paid on the day. After lunch how about a stroll down the pier or if the weather is bad the hotel will arrange a small social event.
|Saturday 28th March 8.30am
||Nantwich & Bridgemere Garden Centre
||Today we journey through Cheshire to this attractive town where it’s the Farmers Market today. We depart at 1.30pm to Bridgemere Garden Centre, departing for home at 5pm.
|Thursday 9th April 8.30am
||Ormskirk Market & Southport
||Our day starts with a visit to this famous street market in Ormskirk.Departing here at 12.30 we head to Southport for the afternoon. We leave for home at 4.30pm.
|Easter Saturday 11th April 8.00am
||Stratford Upon Avon
||The home of William Shakespeare and the pretty River Avon. There is so much to do in the town centre, a really good day out.
|Easter Sunday 12th April 8.00am
||A very attractive fishing town where the local fish and chips are the order of the day. There is Whitby Abbey above the town, or the harbour area and Captain Cooks’ replica ship to sail out to sea. It was also the home of Bram Stoker of Dracula fame.
|Saturday 25th April 8.30am
||Caernarfon & The Welsh Highland Railway
||We have a scenic drive along the North Wales coast to the town where Prince Charles was invested as the The Prince of Wales back in 1969. There is a small market here and plenty of cafés for lunch. Around 2pm we board the famous Welsh Highland Railway service to Porthmadoc. The journey time is around 2 hours. On arrival there is about a 30min break before we start our journey home through the Crimea Pass.
|Saturday 9th May
We have an early start to arrive in Llandudno by around 1030am, the town really comes alive this weekend and is packed full of entertainers, side shows, victorian fair, steam engines and vintage vehicles. Departure home is around 5pm. Book early for this one as it always popular.
Cancelled Due To Covid 19