CTARA Coach Outings 2015
What better way to lurch unsteadily into 2015 than with a coach trip?
CTARA have some great offerings for you in 2015 and you can see the full list by downloading the attached file or visiting the CTARA website.
Just to whet your appetite, here are the first two .........
Wednesday 4th March BURY MARKET
Once again by popular demand! The cost is £13 (same as last year!) and the coach will depart at 9am and will get everyone home by home 3pm
Once again a day out to World Famous Bury Market and the nearby shopping centre. Chance to stock up on meat, fish and the famous Black Pudding Get your shopping trolleys ready to stock up! Telephone Mike 01625 861038 for bookings
Saturday 18th April COSMOPOLITAN CITY OF LEEDS
The cost is £14, departing at 9am and getting back home by 6pm
Welcome to Leeds, Yorkshire's unofficial capital. The city is easy to enjoy and ripe to discover, with a neat, walkable city centre and lots to discover. There's an irresistible mix of old and new, providing the ideal environment for exploration and adventure.
In the compact city centre there's just a short walk between designer stores, high street brands, market stalls and independent boutiques, many of which are housed within breathtaking Victorian and Edwardian buildings. Mix and match to your hearts' content — neither bargain hunters nor big spenders will want to leave empty handed.
Leeds is mainly a pedestrianised city centre, which makes meandering around the city one of the best things to do in Leeds. Spend some time taking in the grand Victorian facades, the vibrant network of covered arcades and cobbled alleyways down by the canal.For a unique Leeds experience, visitors will love Kirkgate Market one of the largest covered markets in Europe. The heart of the city's retail heritage and home to 200 stalls, the market includes a Polish
delicatessen and a Chinese supermarket, along with an Asian bazaar
Telephone Mike 01625 861038 for bookings
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