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Tuesday 19th March | Clark’s Village & Wells

February 15th, 2019|Day Trip|

Combine shopping with sight-seeing Voted one of Britain's best cities, Wells is also one of England's smallest cities. Visit the 13th Century cathedral or the Bishop's Palace. The garden at the Palace is possibly even older than the cathedral and has Grade II listed status. The swans still ring the bell for their food at [...]

Saturday 23rd March | Cardiff

February 15th, 2019|Day Trip|

Cardiff Castle Enjoy a spot of shopping in the Welsh capital. The most interesting shops can be found in the Victorian arcades, where you'll find the best independent shops and cafes. There are also the big names, including the largest John Lewis outside London. If you'd rather do something different, why not visit the castle? Spanning [...]

Thursday 28th March | Padstow & Port Isaac

February 15th, 2019|Day Trip|

Padstow Harbour Port Isaac in north Cornwall plays the fictional village of Portwenn in the much-loved Doc Martin TV series and has also appeared in Poldark. There are craft shops and art galleries to see in this traditional Cornish fishing village. In Padstow, you can visit the shops or go to the National Lobster Hatchery [...]

Tuesday 16th April | Trelissick

February 15th, 2019|Day Trip|

Set atop sweeping countryside, Trelissick house is a striking sight with its neoclassical columns. Erected by Thomas Daniell in 1824, this facade represented wealth and status. With a more reserved interior, its true character as a relaxed space to enjoy the spectacular views across the River Fal becomes apparent. £32 (inc. entry), £22 (National Trust [...]

Good Friday 19th April | The Mendips & Wells

February 15th, 2019|Day Trip|

Almshouses, Wells A scenic drive and a visit to the beautiful little city of Wells. Voted one of Britain's best cities, Wells is also one of England's smallest cities. Visit the 13th Century cathedral or the Bishop's Palace. The garden at the Palace is possibly even older than the cathedral and has Grade II listed [...]