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Animal Encounters

Enjoy a day out in the animal kingdom this summer. Angela Younman has selected some excelent venues for you and your group. Walking through a lion enclosure or watching sharks swim above your head are experiences you might not normally expect to have on a day out. However, the UK’s zoos, safari parks and public aquaria are endeavouring to enable visitors to see animals and marine life in their natural environment.


The ultimate showcase

Behind the glass façade of central London’s Kings Place lies an award-winning arts venue.



DAVID STEELE, the newly-crowned winner of the UK Coach Awards’ Services to the Coach Industry accolade


Longleats 50th Anniversary

It was in 1966 that Longleat Safari Park first opened its gates to the public, and half a century on it remains one of the country’s leading wildlife attractions. Sue Parslow went along to see for herself.


Travel Clubs Trade Brochure

Visit the Travel Clubs Trade website and register for your free brochure full of fantastic group discounts and offers.


Marriott Amsterdam review

Reviewed by Harley Denham. The Amsterdam Marriott Hotel boasts a fantastic location in Lispline, central Amsterdam, close to lots of major attractions.


Fancy a theatre dining experience with a difference? Then book a meal at Faulty Towers! Sue Parslow reports. Being a big fan of Fawlty Towers back in the day, with the hilarious antics of Basil Fawlty, his long-suffering but equally quirky wife Sybil, and of course their rather dippy Spanish waiter Manuel,

Theatre review April2

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is based on the original much-loved children’s story by Roald Dahl, which was first published 52 years ago. 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the author and the third birthday of this popular musical in London.

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