Theatre Trips 
 Seaside Resorts 
 Theme Parks 

Day Trip 
Blackpool is buzzing – Britain’s family holiday capital is bursting with thrills, excitement and entertainment. There is super shopping and over 7 miles of beaches so there is plenty to do and see with its famous Tower and the Pleasure Beach. 

Boston Market & Skegness 
Day Trip 
Free time to browse around the open air market - the largest in Lincolnshire. As well, Boston offers a host of family and independent shops. Afterwards there will be the chance to catch a breath of sea air at Skegness. 

Bournemouth - on the South Coast 
Day Trip 
Visit Bournemouth where it is perfect day out with its famous theatres, 2 splendid Victorian piers, miles and miles of golden sands, great shopping and a sheltered climate. It is lucky enough to be surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain. A splendid day out is guaranteed!! 

Day Trip 
There is so much to do in Brighton from the stunning Royal Pavilion and Regency architecture to award winning restaurants. With a heady mix of heritage, beachfront fun and cracking culture, Brighton really does have it all. 

Mystery Seaside Day Trip 
Enjoy a mystery day trip to one of the UK's popular seaside resorts.
We start with a local departure from Coventry, Bedworth and Nuneaton and take you to a seaside resort where the day is at leisure. 

Day Trip 
Skegness is a truly great place to stay and offers everything you could want – and it’s real value for money too. The beautiful, award-winning sandy beach stretches for miles - the perfect haven for all the family. 

Weston Super Mare 
Day Trip 

Weston-super-Mare is Somerset’s best known holiday resort. Located in a sheltered bay at the foot of the Mendip Hills, it enjoys views across the Bristol Channel to South Wales. There are charming Victorian and Edwardian terraces, colourful parks and sandy beaches.


Day Trip 
Visit Whitby - a seaside resort on the Yorkshire coast famous for its association with Captain Cook and Dracula. Whiby is unspoilt, bursting with character and quite unique - little has changed since the days of young James Cook. Dominating Whitby is the Whitby built on the site of the still yet older abbey of St Hilda's.  
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