Bugler Coaches

Steam Train to Minehead 25th July 2024

West Somerset Railway
Steam Train to Minehead

Thursday 25th July

 
WSR
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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

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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 £42.95
Child £37.95
 
(including train fare)

To book phone
01225 444422
or
book online below
  

Poole Harbour Cruise 30th July

Poole Harbour Cruise

 

Tuesday 30th July

 

  

   ...  The coach will leave Bristol at 9.00am or you

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

  

 

Take in fantastic views from the open deck as you pass picturesque Brownsea Island, Sandbanks Peninsula, Studland Bay and more.

 

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With live commentary from the Captain you're guaranteed to not miss a thing.

 

 

 

.You can also enjoy the lower saloon lounge area that includes booth seating and a fully licensed bar.  A great way to sit back and relax with friends and family.

 

 

 The cruise is 70 minutes so you will still have time to explore Poole Town.

 

The coach will arrive back into Bristol at around 7.30 pm

 

 

 

£38.95

 

To book phone

01225 444422

or

book on-line below

 

Poole Harbour & Town 30th July

Poole Harbour & Town

 

Tuesday 30th July

 

 

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There is so much to do in Poole

  

The coach will leave Bristol at 9.00am or you

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

  

 

Poole Pottery is a must visit and then there is the stroll along the Quay front

with its fantastic views. If you continue into Poole Old Town High Street

you'll find lots of unique shops as well as Cafes and bars

 

 

You can take a boat trip across to the famous National Trust Brownsea Island

for a guided tour however if you take this option remember

it will take up most of your time

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You'll have plenty of time to browse the shops and relax before

arriving back into Bristol at around 7.30 pm

 

 

 

£24.95

 

To book phone

01225 444422

or

book on-line below

 

West Midlands Safari Park 31st July 2024

West Midlands Safari Park

Wednesday 31st July 

   

  

See the animals from the comfort of the coach

  

  

Enjoy lunch in the restaurant

     

  

 Find lots of nice things in the gift shop

and meet the helpful staff

   

 

 

Senior £38.95

Adult £39.95

Child £34.95

 

To book phone

01225 444422

 

or book online below

   

  

Steam Train to Bridgnorth & Return 31st July

 

 Steam Train to

Bridgnorth & Return

Wednesday 31st July

 

 

Our coach will take us to the impressive terminus

of The Severn Valley Railway at Kidderminster

where we'll board the steam train for

Bridgnorth

   

   Steam Train to Bridgnorth

  

You'll have time in Bridgnorth to have lunch and a look around
before you catch the train
back to Kidderminster

                   

       

        Kidderminster Station

                 

There is a pub on the station at Bridgnorth where you can

have a meal and a pint while you watch the trains

and see the engine sheds and shunting

     

 

 

    

Victoria Bridge

  

Bridgnorth is two towns, High Town (good views down) and Low Town (good views up) both connected by the steepest inland funicular railway in Britain

Low Town was once a thriving port along the banks of the River Severn while High Town held the castle, the churches, and many fine 16th and 17th century mansions

 

The more energetic can amble up one of the seven sets of steps, or the steep old Cartway, where goods were once hauled to the market above

 

The carts are gone, but the markets remain. Antiques and
local produce are particular specialities

By the time you reach the top, you'll probably need a sit down and where better than the Castle Gardens? What's left of the Castle leans at an alarming angle,
even greater than the Tower of Pisa

The building was blown up in the Civil War by the parliamentarians, who botched it, as
parliamentarians are wont to do. There is an iron footbridge which takes you
to the Severn Valley Railway station where you will catch your train

 

 

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

can board the coach earlier at your local pick up point

We'll arrive back in Bristol around 7.00pm

 

£44.95

(Adults)

   

£34.95

(Children)  

 

  

To book phone

  

01225 444422

or

book online below