Tourism Northern Ireland Offers

Northern Ireland boasts a wonderful collection of places to stay including beautiful B&Bs, luxurious spa hotels and great value self-catering properties. Discover NI has selected the best offers of the week to help you plan a short break.  Read more

Tree-Mendous Christmas Treats for Meerkats

Keepers at West Midland Safari Park have been getting into the Christmas spirit this week by treating their mob of mischievous meerkats to their very own Christmas tree.  Read more

Eden Hails Tour of Britain Start

The Eden Project has hailed the announcement of the official route for the start of the Tour of Britain bike race as a great moment for cycling and for Cornwall.  Read more

Jet2 Set for Stunning Santorini and Jet2holidays has revealed its sixth brand new Greek destination for Summer 20, the picture-perfect island of Santorini.  Read more

Earth artwork unveiled at Eden!

A stunning artwork has been unveiled at the Eden Project for the opening of the Festival of Christmas tomorrow (Saturday November 30).  Read more

Plans for Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Thursday saw the 5th AGM for local charity, Grow Cook Learn at the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre. And what an exciting one it was as the team of staff and trustees of the charity introduced their new development ideas for the site.  Read more

National Award Win for Beamish Museum

Delighted staff and volunteers at Beamish, The Living Museum of the North are celebrating after winning a national award.  Read more

Wookey Hole Wins Gold Award

Somerset’s oldest and biggest attraction is proud to announce it has been awarded GOLD for its thrilling activity, Wild Wookey, in the Active and Sporting Experience category in this year’s Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards.  Read more

2020 Spring Breaks to Guernsey

From festivals to seasonal activities, the Islands of Guernsey awaken this spring.  Read more

Glorious Gardens for Groups at Blenheim

Group visitors can enjoy a day out at Blenheim Palace and discover over 2,000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped Parkland and Formal Gardens.  Read more

Hovertravel announces HoverRewards winners

Hovertravel has announced the winners of its internal awards scheme at a prizegiving ceremony at their Ryde headquarters. Thanks to the efforts of its staff, Hovertravel’s customer service has been recognised externally through independent reviews and awards schemes.  Read more

Bournemouth Wins Prestigious Award

Bournemouth has been announced as the winner of the Best UK Seaside Town in the prestigious 2019 British Travel Awards. The announcement was made on 27 November at a glamorous Gala Awards ceremony, held in London and attended by nearly a thousand travel industry representatives.  Read more

10 things to do in Northern Ireland

Here are ten exciting things taking place from 9 - 15 December.  Read more

Abbey of St Edmund Celebrates 1000 Years

Groups visiting Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk during 2020 can celebrate the founding of the Abbey of St Edmund by King Canute 1000 years ago with a programme of events leading up to the weekend of St Edmund’s Day on 20 November 2020.  Read more

Winchester Cathedral Market Short-Listed

Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market has been short-listed as one of Europe’s top 20 Christmas Markets by European Best Destinations and is now in the running to be crowned the best Christmas Market in Europe 2020.  Read more

Gloucester Choristers & Emma Johnson

Boy and Girl Choristers of Gloucester Cathedral to perform with internationally acclaimed clarinettist Emma Johnson in Annual Christmas Concert - Songs of Celebration.  Read more

18 Unique Motoring Shows for 2020

The British Motor Museum has announced a schedule of 18 unique motoring shows for 2020, including the return of its Gaydon Land Rover Show and the National Metro & Mini Show which will be celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Metro. There’s also the opportunity to see the popular and thought-provoking exhibition ‘The Car. The Future. Me’ which runs until July 2020.  Read more

New Bus Depot at Beamish Museum

The new Northern General Transport Bus Depot has opened its doors at Beamish, The Living Museum of the North – helping to preserve transport heritage and engineering skills, along with the century-old Northern name.  Read more

Gloucester Cathedral to host Hustings

Gloucester Cathedral to host General Election Hustings.  Read more

More the merrier at Tatton this Christmas

Groups save money. If you want to escape the office with a group of colleagues or just enjoy time-out from the busy run up to Christmas with friends, book a visit to Tatton Park and enjoy discounts as a group.  Read more

Wildlife Trust brings people closer to wildlife

Durham Wildlife Trust has launched a new initiative to bring people closer to wildlife in their area.  Read more

Jet2Holidays Targets Millenials with VIBE.

Jet2holidays has announced the launch a brand new-product called Vibe, targeting the growing ‘millennial’ market of holidaymakers who want to experience much more than a typical ’18-30’s’ holiday overseas.  Read more

Children Rap up Stratford Literary

Last week, Thomas Jolyffe Primary School enjoyed a visit from author Steve Cole, and surprised him with a very special performance.  Read more

Unique and Bespoke Small Tours for 2020

The multi award winning Caerhays Castle and spring gardens has announced its new season of tour opportunities for 2020 with a focus on bespoke, guided and unique experiences for smaller groups.  Read more

Jura Says Hello to New Rare Whiskys

Jura Single Malt Whisky welcomes the latest additions to its collection of rare and limited releases – the Jura Rare vintage 1989 and the Jura Rare Vintage 1988 mark 2 – 2019 bottling. The two exceptional aged whiskies showcase Jura’s rich whisky-making heritage and dedication to creating the finest whiskies over generations.  Read more

Enhanced river services during rail strike

In preparation for the planned South Western Railway strike, between 2-20 December Thames Clippers will be bolstering its RB6 capacity during the peak morning commute enabling South West London commuters to take the River Bus into the capital. The frequent RB1 service also serves Battersea Power Station with departures every 20 minutes.  Read more

200th Anniversary of King George III's Death

In 2020, Kew Palace is marking the 200th anniversary of the death of King George III with a new display.  Read more

Gloucester Cathedral - Kings School Scholarships

Gloucester Cathedral and The King’s School, Gloucester are set to make history by offering choral scholarships to girls for the first time.  Read more

Hovertravel Joins Mince Pie Marathon

Hovertravel is supporting the newest Christmas charity initiative on the island; Brightbulb Design’s Mince Pie Marathon which is collecting funds for Wight Brainy Bunch. On Wednesday, December 18 the Brightbulb team will deliver mince pies to businesses which have ordered across the Isle of Wight. Hovertravel will be giving these mince pies away to their customers in return for donations.  Read more

Tourism Northern Ireland Offers of the Week!

Northern Ireland boasts a wonderful collection of places to stay including beautiful B&Bs, luxurious spa hotels and great value self-catering properties. Discover NI has selected the best offers of the week to help you plan a short break.  Read more

US Ambassador, visits Gloucester Cathedral

The Very Reverend Stephen Lake, Dean of Gloucester welcomed Robert Wood Johnson, Ambassador of the United States of America, to Gloucester Cathedral on Wednesday 20 November.  Read more

Atrists & Educators at God House Tower

Artists and educators at God's House Tower in Southampton were thrilled to welcome 100 youngsters to the new arts and heritage venue. The year five pupils from Valentine Primary School were the first group to come for a school visit after GHT's £3.1million refurbishment, and spent the morning learning all about the 700 year old building. 
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New from Rabbie's Tours for 2020

In conjunction with the 32 new Western European tours, Rabbie’s will expand the UK and Ireland offering to cater for more staycations and micro-trips in 2020.  Read more

CEO of Thames Clippers Wins Award

Sean Collins, the co-founder and CEO of Thames Clippers, made waves at the Everywoman in Travel Awards this week, winning the Male Agent of Change Award.  Read more

Horn Player at God's House Tower

Stunning images have been released of a performance on top of one of the South Coast's most important scheduled ancient monuments.   Read more

Hovertravel hosts Local School Chilkdren

Hovertravel was visited today by a group of visually impaired pupils from Portsmouth-based Craneswater Junior School. Hosted by a dedicated Hovercare Ambassador, the children were treated to a flight on the hovercraft and had the opportunity to ask questions of the pilot and crew.  Read more

Jet2 Celebrates 15th Million Customers

Jet2holidays celebrated its 15 millionth customer in style this morning, putting on a special VIP surprise at Manchester Airport (Monday 18th November).  Read more

Vegan Cream Tea at Tyntesfield

The National Trust has launched its first vegan cream tea which will be available at the Trust’s Victorian Gothic mansion, Tyntesfield, just outside Bristol.  Read more

Aerial Gardeners Plant Orchids at Eden

Gardeners at the Eden Project have taken to the treetops to relocate Eden’s orchid collection into the Rainforest Biome canopy.  Read more

Tourism Northern Ireland Offers of the Week

Northern Ireland boasts a wonderful collection of places to stay including beautiful B&Bs, luxurious spa hotels and great value self-catering properties. Discover NI has selected the best offers of the week to help you plan a short break.  Read more

Unique Gift Ideas from British Motor Museum

The British Motor Museum has everything all wrapped up for Christmas whether it’s a day out admiring over 300 British classic cars or a thoughtful and unique gift. The Museums gift voucher includes 2 admission tickets and a souvenir guidebook as a memento. The gift, which is attractively presented in a red envelope, costs just £25+p&p, a saving of £6.  Read more

Gorillas Break Records for Durrell.

On Wednesday 6th November, Durrell’s magnificent troop of Go Wild Gorillas sculptures went under the hammer and raised an incredible ‘Gorilla Grand Total’ of £1,146,500, which will go towards the build of a brand new, state-of-the-art indoor enclosure for Jersey Zoo’s beloved gorilla family.  Read more

Hovertravel Champion for Purple Tuesday

Hovertravel joined in the Purple Tuesday campaign today, adding its weight as a recognised regional champion to this international call to action which is focused on changing the customer experience for disabled people.  Read more

Work to Restore Gardens Dam begins

The main structural and engineering works to restore Prior Park Landscape Garden’s 18th century dams has begun, with contractors expected to be on site throughout 2020.  Read more

New Group Reservations Department

Cedar Court Hotels (Yorkshire) Opens Up New Central Reservations Office For Leisure Groups.  Read more

Pudsey at Hovertravel

As part of Hovertravel’s preparations for fund-raising for Children In Need, Pudsey paid a visit to their headquarters in Ryde today. Thanks to Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Hovertravel’s car hire partners, Pudsey was able to board the hovercraft at Southsea and fly across the Solent to meet the team at Ryde.  Read more

Cast Announced for Swive (Elizabeth)

Shakespeare’s Globe is delighted to announce full casting for the world premiere of Swive [Elizabeth]. Created by award-winning writer Ella Hickson and award-winning director Natalie Abrahami, and designed by Ben Stones, this new play will shine candlelight on the ways and means by which women in power negotiate patriarchal pressure in order to get their way.  Read more

Last Chance to Enjoy Kiplin this Year!

Your last chance to enjoy Kiplin Hall in 2019 and the re - opening in February 2020.  Read more

Eden's Freezing Cold Sleep Out

Heart-warming tales on a freezing Eden night help raise vital cash for homeless people.   The stars came out at the Eden Project last night as 100 fundraisers bedded down on hard ground to help homeless people.  Read more

Hovertravel conducts autism training for all staff

Hovertravel’s Hovercare initiative has expanded to include autism training for all teams, ensuring that even employees working behind the scenes understand the spectrum of autistic disorders and how they can affect people in a variety of ways.  Read more

Devons Top Attractions - Photo Competition

Devon’s Top Attractions ran a photographic competition over the Summer. It was open to both visitors and locals who were asked to send in a photo that best captured their favourite Devon day out.  Read more

Alison Takes on a New Challenge

Durham Wildlife Trust has taken on a new Volunteer Conservation Trainee, based at its Low Barns Nature Reserve near Witton Le Wear and funded by the Prince’s Countryside Fund.  Read more

Black Sheep Brewery - Advent Calendar

Black Sheep Brewery has unwrapped its extensive range of hampers and gifts to offer some Yorkshire-style inspiration this Christmas.  Read more

Report Says - Nature Nurtures Children

The Wildlife Trusts commissioned a study by the Institute of Education at UCL to evaluate the impact that experiencing nature has upon children. The study focused on over 450 primary school children and the effects of Wildlife Trust-led activities on their wellbeing. This is one of the largest studies into the effects of outdoor activities on children’s wellbeing and views about nature.  Read more

Broken Records & Splintered Lances

Arundel Castle in West Sussex celebrated its most successful season to date in 2019, drawing visitors from far and wide with a record-breaking 60,000 blooming tulips, a world-class jousting tournament and the ultimate who-would-win showdown!  Read more

Free travel for veterans at Hovertravel

Hovertravel is offering free travel to all veterans this Sunday (10th November) so those who served can attend Remembrance Day services on either side of the Solent.  Read more

Free travel for veterans at Hovertravel

Hovertravel is offering free travel to all veterans this Sunday (10th November) so those who served can attend Remembrance Day services on either side of the Solent.  Read more

Durham University Celebrates Science Festival

Thousands of visitors of all ages enjoyed hands-on experiments and inspiring science at Durham University’s Celebrate Science festival.  Read more

Eden Turned into Giant Green Classroom

Nearly 250 children took over the Eden Project yesterday (Monday November 4) as four Cornish schools learned what it is like to work at the famous Biomes.  Read more

Doggy lifejackets outsell human ones!

Doggy lifejackets outsell human ones in new chandlery pet range at Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour  Read more

Gloucester Cathedral Awarded £40,000

The Cathedral has been awarded generous grants from Allchurches Trust (£25,000) and the Garfield Weston Foundation (£15,000) to continue its stonemason training programme for talented craftspeople.  Read more

New for 2020 at Blenheim Palace

2020 at Blenheim Palace sees new exhibitions, an exciting events calendar, historic restoration and conservation projects and new tours taking place at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Woodstock, Oxfordshire.   Read more

Wookey Hole Celebrates Award win 

Somerset’s oldest and biggest attraction is thrilled to announce it has been awarded the Best Activity Day Out in the South West Award in this year’s Family Favourites Awards, via the “Day Out With The Kids” community website.  Read more Inn-troduces New Summer Destination

31st October 2019: Leading leisure airline has announced summer flights to Innsbruck for the first time, with services on sale from Birmingham and Manchester Airports for Summer 20.  Read more

Halloween Treats for Hungry Hippos...

West Midland Safari Park has been celebrating the spookiest of seasons by treating their hippos to a game of ‘pumpkin bobbing’!  Read more

Ludlow Farm Shop's Butchers Award

Shropshire butcher crowned runner up competing for England at Five Nations International Butchery Championship  Read more

Edinburgh Zoo lemurs-Halloween spirit

Animals at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Edinburgh Zoo got into the Halloween spirit thanks to a few spooky treats from keepers.  Read more

Finalists Announced for prestigious Awards

For tourism businesses across the South East the wait is over. The finalists in the 2019/20 Beautiful South Awards have been chosen.  Read more

New group visits line-up at Beaulieu

Lord Montagu’s sister Mary Montagu-Scott will be giving guided tours of her mother’s exhibition as part of Beaulieu’s new line-up for groups in 2020, one of the leading destinations for group-friendly visits on the south coast. Mary will give family insight with a tour of her mother’s vibrant creations including painting, needlework, costumes and home furnishings in The Art of Belinda, Lady Montagu – her story in stitches exhibition, which recently opened in her ancestral family home of Palace House at the New Forest attraction.  Read more

5 Must Do things in Ironbridge

Top five ‘must do’ experiences for groups at the Ironbridge Gorge Museums in 2020  Read more

SWR Honours Armed Forces Community

South Western Railway honours armed forces community with free travel ahead of commemorative events this November  Read more

Edinburgh Zoo Lion Cubs Health Check

Lion cub's first health check at Edinburgh Zoo.  Read more

Motor Racing Archive opens 25th October


Worlds Oldest Donkey - Bubbles!

Hatton Adventure World is celebrating the 60th birthday of its pet Donkey “Bubbles” who also happens to be the oldest donkey in the world! Bubbles is believed to have been born in 1959 which is the date shown on her pet passport, making her around 20 years older than most donkeys hope to live to.  Read more

National Botanic Garden -Cardiff Partnership

National Botanic Garden announces Cardiff partnership making world-leading scientific research, top-quality horticultural training and quality Welsh produce accessible to all.  Read more

NYC -- & Jet2CityBreaks and Jet2CityBreaks has put its phenomenally successful New York trips on sale today for Winter 20, with more trips from more UK airports, alongside the re-introduction of direct flights and trips from Birmingham Airport.  Read more

Sports Events 365 Showcasing at WTM

Sports Events 365 supplier interface, which was introduced this summer, has already allowed travel agencies, tour operators, OTA's and other travel customers to receive immediate confirmation on 80% of all sporting events tickets.  Read more

Koala Flies in from Japan

A male koala has been flown from Osaka in Japan to join Longleat’s koala programme. The 12-year-old was flown from Osaka Tennoji Zoo and accompanied on the flight by his Japanese keepers and vet who are helping him settle in to his new home.    Read more

Stratford Literary Festival Initiative

Over the next few months, Stratford Literary Festival will be engaging with young people across Stratford to get everyone reading, and loving words and books.  Read more

Rural Zimbabwe comes to Eden

The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) African Garden, which won gold at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May, now has a spectacular new home at the Eden Project in Cornwall.  Read more

Blenheim Palace Flower Show 2020

Dates are confirmed for the eighth annual Blenheim Palace Flower Show from Friday 26th – Sunday 28th June 2020.More than 24,000 people attended the seventh annual show, which was opened by TV presenter George Clarke who also took part in Garden Talks and Q&As during the event.  Read more

SWR Celebrates Smart Week

This week South Western Railway (SWR) is celebrating “Smart Week” alongside the Rail Delivery Group, reaffirming our commitment to modernising ticketing on its network.  Read more

Jet 2 Heads for Skiathos for Summer 20 and Jet2holidays has today announced that it will be launching flights and holidays to Skiathos for Summer 20, the first time that the leading leisure airline and package holiday specialist has operated to the stunning Greek island.  Read more

Newcastle Gallery has been Transformed

Lothar Götz is an artist best known for his large-scale, site-specific wall paintings, transforming spaces with vibrant colours and shapes. His new commission at Newcastle University’s Hatton Gallery is no exception.  Read more

Jet2 Expansion at Birmingham Airport and Jet2holidays announces bumper expansion to Summer 20 programme from Birmingham Airport  Read more

Jet 2 Aannounces Manchester Airport Expansion and Jet2holidays announces bumper expansion to Summer 20 programme from Manchester Airport  Read more

Salisbury 2020: City on the Move

Plans to mark the 800th anniversary of the founding of Salisbury Cathedral and the development of modern Salisbury announced at the Guildhall.  Read more

Longleat Koalas Offer Scientific Breakthrough

Scientists working with a group of koalas at Longleat have discovered vital genetic clues which may help to secure the long-term survival of the iconic Australian marsupial in the wild.  Read more

Creator of a European institution

70th Birthday of Europa-Park Founder Wolfgang Schäuble: Roland Mack has created a unique European institution  Read more

Gloucester Cathedral Wins Heritage Award

Gloucester Cathedral is delighted to announce that it has won the Historic Properties/Sites category at this year’s Association of Heritage Interpretation Awards.  Read more

SWR celebrates staff on Stations Day

South Western Railway (SWR) today (Tuesday 15 October) celebrates Stations Day, highlighting the real difference staff make to passengers every day.  SWR’s employee number 000001 Jeffery Fry, and Don Buckley, are award-winning legends of the railway with an impressive 123 years of combined industry service at Waterloo station. They’re role models for many colleagues, setting the highest standards and always putting customers first, and sharing their unmatched knowledge of the station anytime they can.  Read more

RHS Garden Wisley Voted Best Show

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is delighted to announce that the RHS Garden Wisley Flower Show has been awarded Best Event for Groups at the 2019.  Voted for by Group Travel Organisers. The annual Reader Awards celebrate first class destinations, attractions and providers across group travel and were held at a sparkling ceremony on Wednesday, 9th October.  Read more

CARED Project Launched

The National Botanic Garden of Wales, in partnership with Mental Health Matters Wales, has secured funding to provide a monthly carers’ group, open to loved ones living with someone with an eating disorder.  Read more

New £150m Fleet for Caledonian Sleeper

Caledonian Sleeper completes roll out of £150m new fleet of trains as service introduced on Highlander route. Serco Caledonian Sleeper has completed the roll out of its new overnight trains with the fleet now operating all services between London and Scotland.  Read more

1st New College for 14 years at Durham University

Durham University is creating its first new residential College in 14 years: South College, which is on track to open in 2020. South College is part of the University’s flagship Mount Oswald development, a project worth £80 million which will also include a new home for its existing John Snow College, a University Hub building and a multi-use games area (MUGA).  Read more

Benard smashes Eden record

An elite Kenyan runner smashed the Eden Project half-marathon course record with a stunning performance as the event celebrated its tenth birthday today (Sunday October 13).  Read more

Top 5 Haunted Haunts in the UK

Everyone loves a good ghost story, whether you believe in them or not. The UK has a deep and dark history of war, turbulence, and conflict – so it’s no wonder the country is scattered with hundreds of spooky, spine-tingling, haunted locations. Rabbie’s, the UK’s leading coach touring company, unveils its top five haunted destinations ahead of Halloween.  Read more

Royal Exhibition Receives a Royal Visitor

Winchester Cathedral’s new landmark exhibition, Kings and Scribes: The Birth of a Nation, received a royal visitor last week.  Read more

Hollywood comes to National Botanic Gardens

A TV drama starring Demi Moore has brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the National Botanic Garden of Wales.  Read more

Jet2 Holidays Reveal Brits Hibernate!

New research commissioned by Jet2holidays has revealed that more than half (55%) of us admit to going into ‘hibernation’ as the days draw in, the nights get longer and temperatures fall with rain, wind and even snow making the warmth of the summer sun no more than a distant memory.  Read more

Offers of the Week -- Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland boasts an irresistible collection of places to stay including beautiful B&Bs, luxurious spa hotels and great value self-catering properties. Discover NI has selected the best offers of the week to help you plan a short break.  Read more

Ludlow Farmshop Recognised at Awards

A company from Bromfield, Ludlow has been named one of the best rural businesses in the country after being recognised at the regional Rural Business Award.  Read more

Europa Parks Founder celebrates his 70th

The founder and owner of Europa-Park in Rust, Roland Mack, celebrates his 70th birthday on 12th October 2019. Roland Mack is considered one of the most exceptional and successful family entrepreneurs in Germany, who has made millions of children and families happy with ‘his’ Europa-Park. More than 120 million people have visited Germany´s largest theme park since its opening in July 1975, with the Mack family having invested more than 900 million Euros without a penny of public subsidy. Roland Mack is the brainchild, engine and maker of Europa-Park.  Read more

cARTes Postales - Salisbury Museum

cARTes postales - Art on Postcards The creative lucky dip fast approaches!  Read more

Glaaaaawster Cathedral unveiling

Gloucester Cathedral today unveiled the maquette of ‘Glaaaawster’, the first of a set of six new gargoyles which will be installed on the North Ambulatory Roof as part of a £530,000 restoration project.  Read more

Boost for Student Numbers at Eden

Big boost in student numbers for St Austell’s Eden Project. Eden Project Learning has just welcomed its biggest student cohort, marking a steady rise in growth since the programme launched in 2014.  Read more

Stratford Butterfly Farm raise money

Stratford Butterfly Farm raise £540 at charity event  Read more

Haslemere Celebrates Triple Whammy

There was a triple whammy of good news at Haslemere station on Wednesday (1 October) with the reopening of the Information Hub, unveiling of a commemorative blue plaque to mark 160 years of the station being open, and a special fibreglass cow appearing outside the station as a nod to the area’s heritage.  Read more

Durham University - Highest Ranking

Durham University has achieved its highest-ever global ranking for Arts and Humanities in a prestigious international league table.  Read more

CAMFED Garden at Eden Project

Chelsea gold-winning CAMFED Garden to have new home at Eden. The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) African Garden, which won a prestigious gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May, is now being installed at the Eden Project in Cornwall.  Read more

Lysander Restored to Former Glory

A Second World War Westland Lysander III (S.D.), the only surviving Special Duties variant of its type has been restored to its former glory at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford.    Read more

New Direct Service to Montenegro and Jet2holidays launches new direct services to Tivat in Montenegro  Read more

RAF Museum aiming to be Top of the Class!

The Royal Air Force Museum has been announced as a finalist in two categories at the 2019/2020 School Travel Awards and the Museum is hopeful it will be given top marks for its educational offer.  Read more

Snow Leopard Cubs Born in the Highlands

A litter of threatened snow leopard cubs has been born at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park.  Read more

ABTA - Advice re: Thomas Cook

ABTA has had reports of members of the public being cold called and asked if they have a Thomas Cook booking and then asked for their bank details. This is a SCAM. Thomas Cook customers should follow the advice on this web page for full details of how they can make a claim.  Read more

Coles Miller Dream Machines -- Winner 2019

Coles Miller Dream Machines 2019 ended on a high with an epic season finale on Poole Quay.
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Black Sheep Brewery Preview New Gin at AGM.

Black Sheep Brewery has continued the diversification of its range revealing its first ever spirit, Black Sheep Yorkshire Dry Gin, at the Company’s Annual General Meeting today.  Read more

South Western Railway - National Rail Awards

South Western Railway employees and stations were recognised at the prestigious National Rail Awards last night (Thursday 19 September), scooping four gongs.  Read more

Eden Proud to celebrate LGBTQ for 3rd Year

Proud Eden is returning in style to the Eden Project on Saturday September 28 for what promises to be its biggest celebration of LGBTQ culture to date.  Read more


Playtime is coming to Beaulieu with an adventurous new feature for 2020 as Little Beaulieu brings family fun to the award-winning attraction with a £½m enchanting play area for all ages.  Read more

Ramblers Walking Holidays Introduces 2020 Programme

Walking holidays and adventures in Armenia, Everest, Ethiopia and Iran are just some of the 55 exciting new itineraries that have been added to the Ramblers Walking Holidays’ ( Summer 2020 brochure, which launches today.  Read more

Save the Date - Excursions 2020

Excursions 2020™ - one of the leading one-day group travel shows - will take place at Alexandra Palace, London on Saturday 25th January 2020.  Read more

Special Interest Holidays with HF Holidays

Here's your first look at our 2020 Special Interest Holidays. We have a fantastic selection of holidays, including many brand new ones, to cater for a wide range of interests.  Read more

Airedale launches new tours for 2020

Airedale enters a new era with 40+ new tours for 2020.  Read more

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