A Selection of September Day Excursions
Perched on the 'drier side of Britain', Skegness is a seaside resort that's small enough to offer a friendly atmosphere, but large enough to provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike. -® www.geograph.org.uk - Steve Daniels
The Cotswolds is a rural area of south central England covering parts of 6 counties, notably Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. Its rolling hills and grassland harbour thatched medieval villages, churches and stately homes built of distinctive local yellow limestone. The 102-mile Cotswold Way walking trail follows the Cotswold Edge escarpment from Bath in the south to Chipping Campden in the north.
If you’re looking for a leisurely day out, how about visiting the elegant promenades of bright and breezy Bridlington? With its sandy beaches, award-winning promenades and historic harbour, this is a hidden seaside gem awash with good old fashioned entertainment. Visit the funfair, amusements and donkey rides on the beach for a traditional British day out at the seaside.
Rich in ancient history, romantic ambience and fun activities, York is the perfect holiday destination for couples, families and groups. Renowned for its exquisite architecture, tangle of quaint cobbled streets, iconic York Minster and wealth of visitor attractions.
Blackpool is Britain’s biggest and most popular holiday destination and the entertainment capital of the North West. Blackpool’s famous Promenade is buzzing with excitement with its unusual shops, brightly lit amusement arcades, traditional fish and chip shops and three Victorian piers to explore. © VisitEngland
At Trinity Leeds, you’ll find more than 120 national and international brands under one roof. Hungry shoppers are in luck with a range of over 30 top dining destinations, cafes, bars and Trinity Kitchen - a unique mix of vibrant restaurants and street food vans.-® EG Focus_Flickr