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Inspiring Places: York

After the terrible flooding that York suffered at the end of last year it is great that the City is now back to normal, here are some ideas for enjoying the sights: York is one of England’s most beautiful historic cities. It’s been home to the Romans, the Saxons and the Vikings but the York […]

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Save an hour as the clocks go back

This Sunday 25th October, we get 1 extra hour in bed which is just brilliant! As autumn draws to a close and winter sets in, it’s time to get excited about end of year events like Halloween, Harvest Time/Thanksgiving, Black Friday Sales, Christmas market tours, and Christmas – Yes Christmas it’s less than 9 weeks […]

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It’s Springtime as the clocks go forward!

Hurray, it’s officially spring! Springtime make us feel great. The weather is fair, we see more daylight, flowers are beginning to blossom, a bank holiday is upon us, it’s just warm enough to turn down the heating a notch or 2 and you begin to think, ‘I’m glad I’ve got a little holiday booked for […]

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Have you tried a Christmas Market?

It’s that time of year, a few weeks before December, when Christmas markets are springing up in cities and towns across the United Kingdom and Europe. These markets are all bustling with locals and tourist looking for great bargains on Yuletide wares. Over the years, we at Coachholidays.com have noted that visiting Christmas markets is […]

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It’s all lit up and waiting for you – Blackpool Illuminations

  Blackpool, ‘Britain’s Capital of Fun’ is all lit up and ready to welcome you! Instead of closing shop like most British coastal towns, at the end of a busy summer, the good folk of Blackpool in Lancashire decide to organise a spectacle like you’ve never seen, at least not this side of the Atlantic. […]

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WWI Battlefield Tours – Walk were they fought and visit where they lay

August 2014 has been a busy month, with several events commemorating the start of Britain’s participation in the World War One effort. 2014 has so far been a significant year for remembrance with June marking the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and this being the centenary year of the commencement of the Great War. […]

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