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Upcoming trips:

Thursday 18th April – The Beacon – Fare £13 – Enjoy a few hours to shop at the Arndale Centre.

Saturday 20th April – The Moorings – Pevensey – Fare £14 – Enjoy a scenic drive out to Pevensey Bay and lunch at the wonderful Moorings Restaurant. The Moorings is a traditional English restaurant serving good quality food at reasonable prices, choose from their extensive menu. Lunch is booked for 13.00pm.

Saturday 20th April – Sheffield Park – Fare £14 – Walk around the landscaped gardens and enjoy the beautiful scenery, you can take your own lunch or enjoy a bite to eat at the Coach House Tea Rooms. As well as the recently refurbished shop in the reception building, they also now have a second shop located in the Coach House, next to the secondhand bookshop. Each of these shops contain a unique selection of products from the exclusive National Trust ranges and local suppliers. Entrance is £13.10 per person – free to National Trust Members so if you are a member please remember to bring your card with you. Access – the majority of garden is accessible, there are some slopes and paths made of a non-gravel surface, accessible toilets adjacent to reception and in Tea Room, Tea Room has easy sloped access for wheelchairs, mobility scooters are available to borrow – please call 01825 790231 to book one for your visit (please book under your own name) please note a minimum donation of £2 is requested. Up to 3 hours to browse.

Thursday 25th April – Raystead – Ringmer – Fare £13 – Enjoy a gentle stroll and look around their Kennels and Cattery, as well as their Small Animal House, Equine Barn, Exotic Bird Aviaries, Wildfowl lakes and Chicken sanctuary. After a gentle stroll, enjoy a cream tea or a light lunch at the Tea rooms. Upto 3 hours to browse.

Friday 26th April – Devil’s Dyke Poynings – Fare £13 – Ride through the Sussex countryside and enjoy a stop at the Devils Dyke country pub. Oozing rural charm and rustic character, the picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub food. 2 course £11.95 and 3 course £14.95. Lunch is booked for 12.00 noon.

Saturday 27th April – Mystery Tour – Fare £14 – Enjoy a ride out on our mystery tour, a mystery destination only our drivers know where you will be driven.

Saturday 27th April – The British Queen Eastbourne – Fare £13 – After yet another successful trip to the British Queen, we are returning to a favourite. A warm and friendly atmosphere can be found when you enter The British Queen pub. A special concession menu with starters £2.00, mains £5.95 and desserts £2.00. Lunch is booked for 13.00pm.

Sunday 28th April – Hydro Hotel Lunch Eastbourne – Fare £13 – The Crystal Room has been booked which is always a popular venue for lunch. A three course lunch for £20.00 includes tea or coffee. Lunch is booked for 13.00pm.

Monday 29th April – Pashley Manor Tulip Festival Wadhurst – Fare £17 – Pashley Manor Gardens, on the border of Sussex and Kent has plenty to see with Romantic English landscaping and artistic planting framed by fine old trees, fountains and ponds. Pashley Manor is busy preparing for the tulip festival with over 35,000 bulbs already planted. There is also the unusual Tudor/Georgian manor house, which is a private family home, creating a memorable backdrop to the beautiful and dynamic gardens. A lovely café with terrace serving a variety of food and tea. Ticket cost £11.50. Up to 3 hours to browse. Access – the gardens are sloping with gravel paths.

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