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Chepstow & the Dewstow Garden & Grottoes

Tuesday 7th May

£21.00pp inclusive

Dewstow Gardens & Grottoes is one of the lesser well known attractions in South Wales, but also one of the most interesting. The gardens are a wonderful place to wander in themselves, with beautifully landscaped paths and decorative beds, waterfalls and pools and beneath all this, a labrynth of tunnels and grottoes.

With a lovely presented cafe for that all important tea and cake!

Chepstow, which means marketplace in Old English, offers relaxed, niche shopping in arty surroundings. Lined with handsome Georgian and Victorian buildings, the heart of town was made even more appealing in the mid-2000s. An award-winning scheme added pedestrian areas and intriguing stone walls and sculptures, inspired by local lore.

Tiverton/ Wellington Collection Points
Collection points time
Upton 8.15
Bampton War Memorial 8.35
Tiverton Bus Station 9.00
Sampford Peverell Car Park 9.15
Junction 27 9.20
Rockwell Green

Pet Supplies or Barley Mow

Longforth Coach Park 9.40
Hankridge Way (Heron Gate) 9.55
Minehead/ Taunton Collection Points
Collection points time
Bancks Street 9.00
Carhampton stores 9.05
Washford 9.15
Watchet bus bays 9.20
Williton Spar 9.25
Kings Arms Bus Stop, Taunton 9.50


Saturday 11th May

Theatre Royal Plymouth

2.30pm Performance

£52.00pp inclusive

The smash-hit production of ANNIE comes to Plymouth for 1 week only direct from London’s West End. This ‘glorious revival’ (The Times) stars Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood as the tyrannical Miss Hannigan!

Set in 1930s New York during The Great Depression, brave young Annie is forced to live a life of misery at Miss Hannigan’s orphanage. Her luck soon changes when she’s chosen to spend a fairytale Christmas with famous billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. Meanwhile, spiteful Miss Hannigan has other ideas and hatches a plan to spoil Annie’s search for her true family…

With its Tony® award-winning book and score, including the unforgettable songs It’s The Hard-Knock Life, Easy Street, I Don’t Need Anything But You and Tomorrow, you can bet your bottom dollar that you’ll love it!

Run time: 2hrs 30mins (inc. interval)
Age guidance: 2+

Tiverton/ Wellington Collection Points
Collection points time
Upton 9.00
Bampton War Memorial 9.20
Tiverton Bus Station 9.45
Sampford Peverell Car Park 10.00
Junction 27 10.05
Rockwell Green

Pet Supplies or Barley Mow

Longforth Coach Park 10.25
Minehead/ Taunton Collection Points
Collection points time
Bancks Street 9.10
Carhampton stores 9.15
Washford 9.25
Watchet bus bays 9.25
Williton Spar 9.30
Kings Arms Bus Stop, Taunton 10.00
Hankridge Way (Heron Gate) 10.10

Malvern Spring Show

Saturday 11th May

£37.00pp inclusive

Set against the magnificent Malvern Hills, our spring festival is packed with flowers, food, crafts and family fun!

Based at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, Worcestershire and framed by the picturesque Malvern Hills, the RHS Malvern Spring Festival is the perfect opportunity to prepare for the upcoming gardening season. Enjoy a walk around the show gardens, gather inspiration from exhibitors in the Floral Marquee and get hints and tips from a range of talks and demonstrations at this fantastic early season show.

Pick up times will be added soon

Pick up times will be added soon

St Fagans

Tuesday 14th May

£15.00pp (free entry into St Fagans)

This museum has been Wales’s most popular heritage attraction for many years. It holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Wales. This is because St Fagans is a people’s museum, where we explore history together through people’s everyday lives.

Entry to the Museum free, thanks to support from the Welsh Government.

The museum stands in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle and gardens, a late 16th-century manor house donated to the people of Wales by the Earl of Plymouth in 1948.

Well worth a visit!

Pick up times will be added soon

Pick up times will be added soon

Dorchester & Max Gate National Trust

Wednesday 15th May

£15.00 NT member
£22.00pp Non member

Dorchester – Dorchester provides the location for many of the county’s leading museums, including the Dorset County Museum and the Keep Military Museum. Dorset’s county town is home to some of the finest local attractions alongside excellent places to eat and also enjoys a rich history dating back as far as the Iron Age.

Max Gate National Trust

Atmospheric Victorian home designed by Thomas Hardy
Max Gate, an austere but sophisticated town house a short walk from the town centre of Dorchester, was the home of Dorset’s most famous author and poet Thomas Hardy. Hardy, who designed the house in 1885, wanted to show that he was part of the wealthy middle classes of the area, to reflect his position as a successful writer, and to enable him to enter polite society. The house was named after a nearby tollgate keeper called Mack.

Many of Hardy’s possessions were dispersed before we acquired the house, but we’ve furnished the rooms for you to enjoy the spaces he created to write and live in. He wrote some of his most famous novels here, including Tess of the d’Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure, as well as much of his poetry.

You will find the garden much as it was originally planned, with high walls and large trees encircling the property to preserve Hardy’s privacy. The sundial, designed by Hardy, was erected in his memory.

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Dartmoor Tour with lunch in Peter Tavy

Friday 17th May

Two Courses £24.50pp
Three Courses £26.50pp
Inclusive (pre-order menu)

Starting with a scenic drive across Dartmoor, stopping on route to explore. We then arrive at the Peter Tavy Inn for our delicious lunch in this lovely traditional pub. The Peter Tavy Inn is a charming 15th century pub in the pretty village of Peter Tavy on the western flanks of Dartmoor.

Pick up times will be added soon

Pick up times will be added soon

Clarks Village or Wells

Friday 24th May

£13.00pp coach only

Twenty-five years ago, the UK’s first ever outlet shopping centre opened its doors in the heart of Somerset. Unlike any other shopping experience, today it is home to more than 90 designer and high street brands.

Find your way through the Village with paved walkways and canopies, you will be surprised by what you find and enjoy the tranquil oasis. With award winning landscaped gardens, raised flower beds and an amazing range of established trees, there is a unique atmosphere that makes a visit to Clarks Village so exciting.

Wells – Visit the City of Wells in Somerset with its historic centre, the magnificent cathedral, and the unique moated Bishop’s Palace.

Upton Coaches Depot 8.35am
Bampton War Mem bus stop 8.55am
Tiverton Bus Station 9.20am
Sampford Peverell car park 9.40am
Junction 27 9.45am
Rockwell Green Pet shop or Barley Mow bus stop 9.55am
Longforth Coach Park 10.00am
Hankridge Way Taunton (Heron Gate bus stop) 10.15am
*times are approximate and vary depending on collections required

Minehead/Alcombe bus stops 9.05am
A39 bus stops 9.10am
Watchet 9.25am
Williton 9.35am
Staplegrove Taunton 10.00am
*times are approximate and vary depending on collections required

Torquay or Paignton or Brixham

Sunday 26th May

£14.00pp coach only

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