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Book in our office, or ring and pay with your debit card, at no extra charge. All excursions are pick up & set down on main roads close to your home as practical within our normal area. All pick ups & drop offs are normally completed within 1 hour subject to traffic conditions. Some pick ups are by a feeder vehicle, and where the route allows passengers will be first on first off basis. The base time is at Golborne, so some times will be before this time and some will be after depending on the destination.

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DATE DESTINATION DEPART RETURN STARTS FARE ADULT

SUNDAY
9th July

Liquorice Festival at Pontefract
Today we return to an old favourite, Pontefract is a unique historic town with its Norman Castle, Cobbled streets and the aroma of warm liquorice emanating from the local factories, A great day of entertainment through out the day with the annual festival, we depart for home at 16.30pm

8.30am 16.30pm

£17.00

SUNDAY 16th July

Fleetwood Transport Festival, and Market (TRAM SUNDAY)
A day of transport through the ages and for all ages, including many of the now historic Blackpool Trams hardly seen these days also Fleetwood’s famous market will be open to search out a bargain, stroll around the exhibits all for free, There is plenty of family entertainment from the Fun Fair to boat rides, a truly great day for all. We depart for home at 5pm

9.15am 17.00pm

£11.90

TUESDAY 18th July

Clitheroe (market day) & Pendle Mill Village
The pretty town of Clitheroe is our first stop today, attractive shops and interesting Norman Castle and today is also market day, departing here about 1.30, we travel via Pendle Hill to the Pendle Village and Barden Mill complex now claiming to be one of the best shopping outlets in the area, we depart for home at 4.30pm

9.00am  16.30pm

£12.90

SUNDAY 23rd July

Country Run
A pleasent drive through the lanes of Cheshire with a suitable stops along the way, return approx 1800

10.00am  18.00pm

£12.00

TUESDAY 25th July

Chesterfield Medieval fun day and Market

Great day out when the town returns to Medieval times with entertainment most of the day, there will be the Court jesters, medieval beggars, goblins and dragons to name just a few, plus knights in battle in the grounds of the Crooked Spire, a day in the middle ages at Chesterfield museum, The Crooked Spire open day and much more, Also the market hall will be open with its usual bargains, we return at 1700

8.30am  17.00pm £20.90

THURSDAY 27th July

Ormskirk Market & Southport
This ever popular day starts with a visit to Ormskirk to find the bargains on the large street market, departing at noon we motor on to Southport for an afternoon of relaxing by the seaside, we depart for home at 4.30pm

9.00am  16.30pm

£11.90

SATURDAY 29th July

Stratford up on Avon
This pretty town sat on The River Avon and the Stratford Canal plus the former home of William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway, both their properties are still open to the Public, as are many of the building they were involved in there is much do see and do here including a sail on the River Avon which is so attractive here. Today we will be giving you a hot drink and a pack of biscuits on the outward journey only return starts at 4.00pm

8.00am  16.00pm £23.00

SUNDAY 6th August

Lake District Rails & Sail
This ever popular day out start with a visit to the steam Railway at Haventhwate where you will have chance to explore the engine shed or have a coffee in the station waiting room before we board the steam train to Lakeside, here we have a little time to relax before boarding the Lake steamer to Bowness, which arrives at lunchtime then you have the afternoon free to explore the town and its fine shops until 4.30 when we journey home via the old A6 to admire the countryside

8.30am  16.30pm £30.90

TUESDAY 8th August

Emmerdale Studio Tour and Leeds
The Emmerdale Studio Experience takes you on a journey, showing you how we bring the characters you love and stories you remember to life. By shining a light on the production process you’ll get to see how everything fits together. With full scale set reconstructions, preserved props and costumes to the secrets behind stunts and special effects; this is your chance to step into the exciting world of telly. On your fully-guided tour, you’ll be able to get up close to all things Emmerdale and discover the magic behind some of the finest stunts seen on TV.  You’ll also have the opportunity to take your memories home with a souvenir photograph from behind the bar at The Woolpack and shop exclusive Emmerdale merchandise. Plus, before and after your tour, you can enjoy a brew and a bite to eat in the Café, after the tour we will spend the afternoon in Leeds for shopping or sightseeing return starts 1630

8.15am  16.30pm

£30.90 

MONDAY 14th August

Kettlewell Scarecrow Festival
Set deep in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Visitors are encouraged to explore by walking the scarecrow trail, identifying the selected scarecrows, and solving associated clues which, each year, are based on a different theme. Many other scarecrows can be found, often in some of the more unusual and unexpected nooks and crannies, we depart mid afternoon calling at Skipton for a stroll around the Market for a closing bargain, return starts 5.00pm.

 8.30am 17.00pm £17.20

SUNDAY 20th August

Southport for the Flower show or shopping
Flowers, seaside or shopping, the choice is yours we set down close to the flower show at Pleasureland and then to the seafront
lots to see & do before our return at 4.30pm admission to flower show NOT included


 9.15am 16.30pm £10.50

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Memory Lane Travel Present a very special day out onboard the steamship ‘The Daniel Adamson’

The Daniel Adamson is a remarkable survivor from the steam age and a most unusual vessel. A small but incredibly powerful canal tug, she was built to tow long strings of barges laden with goods from the inland towns of Cheshire and the Potteries to the great seaport of Liverpool. She made her appearance on the Mersey at a time when old-fashioned sailing ships still jostled for space on the Liverpool waterfront with the great steamships and ocean liners of the Edwardian era.

1936 the Ralph Brocklebank was chosen as the official director’s launch. Early that summer she was given a radical refit and her name changed to that of the ship canal’s founding father and first MSCC chairman, Daniel Adamson.

Her technical upgrade was a straightforward case of making her ‘fit for purpose’. The wheelhouse and bridge were raised and she acquired a new upper deck and two saloons, making her taller and more ‘top heavy’ than the other tugs. The story of the renovation of the interiors, however, is more intriguing. The directors had requested a ‘roomy and artistic effect’ and local companies were invited to come up with designs for the remodelling.

Furniture makers Waring & Gillow of Bold Street, Liverpool, were consulted about the interior design and decor. But in the end the contract went to rival Bold Street firm Heaton Tabb & Co. This company was a wholly owned subsidiary of the Belfast shipbuilders Harland & Wolff Ltd, and as such had experience of fitting out the interiors of some of the grandest Atlantic liners in the world.

Today we coach you to the Waterways Museum Ellesmere port where there will be time to visit the museum if you wish entrance fee to the museum is NOT included.

We board The Danny as she is known for our 1100 departure, sailing for approximately one hour to reach the entrance to the Weaver at Marsh Lock, the location of which is dominated by the vast Castner Kellner chemical plant, a reminder of the local industrial heritage.Within a mile of leaving Marsh lock we pass through the recently refurbished Sutton Weaver Swing Bridge near to the historic market town of Frodsham, and on through some of the rivers most stunning scenery for nearly an hour, winding our way towards Dutton Locks.Shortly after leaving Dutton we arrive at our destination just before Acton Swing Bridge. during our cruise you will be served a bowl of traditional Scouse with Pickled cabbage and bread, after leaving the Danny we will spend the remainder of the afternoon exploring locally returning approx 1800.

This wonderful day out will cost £59.50

FRIDAY 6th October 2017.