Day Trips April 2018

Abergavenny Market Day 3rd April 2018

Abergavenny Market Day 

Tuesday 3rd April




The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.00am  or

you can board the coach earlier at your local pick up point

Located right in the heart of the town Abergavenny market has long been the focus

of trade through the town.  The Tuesday market is well known as one

of the major markets in Wales

Take a stroll through the market and you'll find tradesmen selling all kinds of goods,

from local produce to finally crafted works of art


   You'll have plenty of time in Abergavenny to explore the market and shops

and enjoy a relaxing lunch




We'll return home to Bristol, arriving back in the City Centre around 7.30pm



To book phone  

01225 444422


book online below


Steam Train to Minehead 5th April 2018

West Somerset Railway
Steam Train to Minehead

Thursday 5th April


The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.00 am or you

can board the coach earlier at your local pick-up point

We'll join the train at Bishop's Lydeard for a leisurely trip along the
West Somerset Railway to Minehead. Stopping at beautifully
restored country stations and Watchet Harbour the train
 gives views across the Bristol Channel at Blue Anchor
 A final stop at Dunster and then into the grand
terminus station at Minehead

You'll have over two hours to explore the town centre,
walk along  the sea front and maybe take tea
in one of Minehead's cafes
The coach will leave Minehead at 4.30pm for Bristol
Britain's longest heritage railway and a 'Great Day Out' all for

Adult £32.95
Child £22.95
(including train fare)

To book phone
01225 444422
book online below

Swanage 21st April 2018


Saturday 21st April




Swanage has a beautiful beach and some great places

for lunch including several good Fish & Chip restaurants


Corfe castle sits on the hill overlooking the village and offers

some spectacular views of Corfe and

the surrounding countryside




 The Ginger Pop shop in Corfe is home to lots of Enid Blyton

memorabilia including the famous wishing chair

Enid Bytons classic Famous Five books were

inspired by Corfe castle and the

surrounding area



The miniature village and gardens are also located near

the square and contain a complete miniature replica

 of Corfe and showing how Corfe castle used

to look in its heyday


Opposite the square is Clealls village shop which you might remember

from the the BBCs Mary Queen of Shops series


Mary Portas turned the failing shop into the pride of the

village and it is now a tourist attraction in its own right

featuring in Corfe's tourist information guide



  Corfe Station


The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.15am  or

you can board the coach earlier at your local pick up point

We will arrive back into Bristol City Centre at around 7.30pm



Train fares are not included

To book phone

01225 444422


book online below