Our day excursions are released in 6 month blocks, these are our excursions for January – June of 2021. Keep an eye on our website as when we get a deal too good to refuse we sometimes release extras throughout the year. Whilst day excursions are not home pick up, we try to get as close to your home as possible usually to the nearest main road. There is a base time next to all excursions and passengers will be advised their EXACT collection time a few days before departure. Due to time restrictions on day trips we cannot venture too far from our base area, please call the office if you are unsure if your area is covered. We can come out a little farther if there is a larger group of passengers travelling from that area. The next edition of our Day Excursion Brochure August – December will be released in July. We also operate a full coach holiday programme throughout the year which is all Home Pick-up Call the office for a Holiday Brochure: O1942 728 96O.
Day Excursions 2021
Our day excursions are released in 6 month blocks, these are our excursions for January – June of 2021. Keep an eye on our website as when we get a deal too good to refuse we sometimes release extras throughout the year. Whilst day excursions are not home pick up, we try to get as close to your home as possible usually to the nearest main road.
There is a base time next to all excursions and passengers will be advised their EXACT collection time a few days before departure. Due to time restrictions on day trips we cannot venture too far from our base area, please call the office if you are unsure if your area is covered. We can come out a little farther if there is a larger group of passengers travelling from that area.
The next edition of our Day Excursion Brochure August – December will be released in July. We also operate a full coach holiday programme throughout the year which is all Home Pick-up Call the office for a Holiday Brochure: O1942 728 96O.
|Tuesday 1st June||Llandudno||(Base Time 8.30am). A firm favourite, join us for a relaxing day in this beautiful North Wales town, whether it’s for the shopping or a lazy afternoon strolling down the prom.||£21.00|
|Wednesday 2nd June||Lake District||(Base Time 8.30am). We start our journey with a short stop in Grange over Sands arriving here for 10am and departing at 11:15am. Then it’s onward to Bowness on Windermere to spend the afternoon. (Return 4:30pm).||£20.00|
|Thursday 3rd June||Summer time in Skegness|
|(Base Time 08.00am). Early start today for our long day excursion. We need to be away for 08:00am to make our way to the East Coast, as we drop down the Lincolnshire Wolds we head straight for Skegness where you are free to spend the day here or our coach will take anyone who would like to go to Ingoldmells (10 minutes from Skegness) where there is a huge open air market. We start our return journey at 4:45pm, pack the travel sweets as we arrive back home approx 08:30pm.||£28.00|
|Friday 4th June||Fleetwood & Cleveleys||(Base Time 8.30am). A pleaseant drive today to Fleetwood where it’s market day, we stay till 1:30 and then spend the rest of the afternoon in Cleveleys. Return journey home starts at 4:30pm||£15.00|
|Saturday 5th June||Cheshire Oaks & Chester||(09.00am) Cheshire Oaks is always a popular shopping choice, we stay here until 1:00pm then head to the lovely city of Chester. We head for home at 4:30pm||£15.00|
|Saturday 26th June||Nantwich & Bridgemere Garden Centre||(Base Time 8.30am). Today’s journey takes us through Cheshire to Nantwich for the Farmers Market which takes place on the last Saturday of the month. We stay till 1:30pm and then continue to Bridgemere Garden Centre for the remainder of the afternoon. Return journey starts at 4:45pm.||£17.00|
|Sunday 4th July||Liverpool Bay Cruise & Shopping||Experience Liverpool’s historic coastline and sail into Liverpool Bay on this new three hour sightseeing cruise. See panoramic views of the River Mersey, listen to live music from talented local artists and learn more about the fascinating history and geography of Merseyside with commentary from a Blue Badge Guide. Sail past Royal Seaforth Docks, Fort Perch Rock at New Brighton, Anthony Gormley’s Another Place art installation at Crosby Beach, along the Crosby Channel towards Blundellsands and Formby. This one-of-a-kind sightseeing cruise is the perfect day trip for groups to enjoy! Our licensed bar and servery are also available on board, selling refreshments and snacks throughout the cruise.|
Our day starts with a visit to Liverpool one for some shopping before we move onto the main event. At 2:00 pm we will make our way to pier head for the Liverpool Bay Cruise.
|Saturday 10th July||Shrewsbury inc Boat ride||This historic town sits in a loop on the River Severn with an excellent shopping area and many fine buildings – including St Chads Church one of England’s famous round churches, the narrow streets and alleyways are great places to explore, and you will be surprised by what you find here.|
We will arrive at the Welsh Bridge for 10.45am at the latest for our 45-minute commentated sail on The Sabrina which will include on board tea & biscuits with a departure time of 11.00am.
After our sail you will have the day to explore Shrewsbury at your own leisure with our departure time for home at 16.30pm.
|Saturday 24th July||Oswestry & Llangollen||Today we head towards the town of Oswestry with its attractive streets and timber framed houses, the town dates to before Christ and has a long history of border battles, also, its market day which first got granted in 1190, you will be able to spend the morning here before we head onto Llangollen for the afternoon of sightseeing.||£19.00|
|Saturday 31st July||Anglesey Circular||Today we have a prompt start to enjoy the best of the west of this beautiful island, we travel along the scenic North Wales coast and cross to the island over the Britannia Bridge and make our coffee stop at Pringles at Llanfair PG better known as Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.|
After our short stop we head to the far north west of the island and take in some fine views of the coast, we then head onto Amlwch Port for our stop allowing time to explore, after our visit here we take in more coast and county as we head to our last visit in the pretty town of Beaumaris where we have time to explore before we follow the Menai strait and head back to main land.
|Wednesday 4th August||Bury Market||Lazy start today and its market day in Bury, we will drop you off at our designated coach stop then you can go and shop until you drop, whilst our coach and driver will wait for your return before bringing you home.||£13.00|
|Sunday 8th August||The Daniel Adamson Experience inc Gin Cruise||The Daniel Adamson is a 1903 steamship with fabulous art deco interiors affectionately nicknamed “The Danny”|
The Danny has been restored to exactly what it would have been in 1936, complete with a curved bar, art deco table and chairs and wooden veneer panelling rumoured to of been originally designed for the never completed White Star Liner.
This ship is 15th on the register of National Historic Ships and is the last operational passenger carrying steam tug in the UK.
On board the is also an introduction for anyone keen to learn more about Gin & its history. This themed cruise will also include a special tasting experience with the opportunity to try 4 sample size gin and tonics. A well stocked bar is also available.
We will start our day by heading off to Cheshire Oaks for a bit of shopping and allowing time for you to get lunch before making our way to ‘The Danny’ which will be departing at 14.30pm.
We board The Danny at Acton Bridge, you will then enjoy a 3 & half hour Cruise on the River Weaver, taking in the beautiful scenery and history of the magnificent waterway from Acton Swing Bridge to when your cruise finishes at Sutton Weaver Swing Bridge. Our driver and coach will be waiting for you to enjoy a leisurely drive home.
|Monday 9th August||Knowsley Safari Park||Bring the kids or grandchildren for a great summer day out to Knowsley Safari park. Price includes entry and we will also get an expert guide on board to talk about this fabulous park whilst we drive through. We then disembark the coach and head off on foot to the other attractions, you can purchase food and drinks or bring a picnic. There are also fair ground rides for the children that you can buy a wristband for either through us or at the park.||Ad £25.00
|Sunday 22nd August||The Whitby Regatta||The Whitby Regatta presents to you a full weekend of entertainment, embracing yacht racing, rowing races and various free forms of entertainment as published in the official programme.|
Over one hundred and seventy years of aquatic competition and entertainment. The Whitby Regatta is probably the oldest sea Regatta on the northeast coast in England and has drawn large crowds into Whitby over the years. We head straight for Whitby and start our return journey home at 16:45
|Tuesday 24th August||Settle & Carlisle by Coach & Rail||Today we start our coach journey by travelling to Settle Station North Yorkshire where we board our train for the 11:45 single journey from Settle to Carlisle. Whilst you explore one of the greatest railway lines which carves its way through the Yorkshire Dales most dramatic scenery.|
The hard climbing done, it then passes through Cumrias Verdent Eden Valley before arriving at the historic border city of Carlisle. We have also requested a local guide join our group (STA).
Meanwhile your coach driver sets off to Carlisle Station whilst you enjoy the train ride.
On arrival in Carlisle we allow you time to explore this beautiful city before boarding the coach and making our way home down the M6.
|Thursday 26th August||Morecambe & The Lune Aquaduct Cruise inc Afternoon Tea||Our day starts with a visit to Morecambe, we stay here until 2:00pm when we make our way to Lancaster to board our boat for the Lune Aquaduct Cruise. The cruise travels through the historic city before arriving at the spectacular Lune Aquaduct. The Lune Aquaduct is one of the most out-standing features of the Lancaster canal, often being referred to as a masterpiece of civil engineering. It carries the canal 664ft across the River Lune at a height of 61 ft. Whilst on board, we have included a cream tea with tea and coffee. The cruise is approx… 1.5 – 2 hours and then our return journey starts at 5:00pm.||£30.00|
|Sunday 29th August||Stratford upon Avon||Lots to do in this pretty market town with more than 800 years of history and the home of William Shakespeare and the River Avon. We have a prompt start and make way home at 4:00pm||£23.00|