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After lunch, hop on one of the snazzy new trams towards the Pleasure Beach, keeping an eye out for the Central and South piers as you go. Once at the south end of the town, there are choices to be made. Will it be the famed Pleasure Beach theme park, where stomach-turning delights await? Here you'll find the brand-new Nickelodeon Land, where the kids will have the chance to meet some of their favourite characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants. Bigger kids won't be disappointed by the rides, either...
By this time lunch is calling, so head to The Apple Pie, an award-winning café and restaurant now in its 39th year. Afterwards, stroll through Ambleside's pretty streets before heading up the road to Grasmere, a gorgeous little Cumbrian village backed by dramatic scenery. Don't miss Dove Cottage, the first family home of William Wordsworth, who lived here between 1799 and 1808. Another 'must do' is the Grasmere Gingerbread shop, which has hardly changed since its beginnings in 1850. Thirsty? Pop...
Penrith bus station is the main station in Penrith. You can catch each one every 20 minutes. Locations of stops include Scaws, Brentfield Way, Pategill Road, Health Centre, Kilgour Street and King Street.
For the unusual and one-off, head to the area around Silver Street, Saddler Street and Elvet Bridge. Tucked behind Silver Street is Fowlers Yard - a clutch of artists' and craftworkers' studios where you can pick up original jewellery, textiles and tapestry work. On Elvet Bridge you'll find designer clothes at Van Mildert or antiquarian books at John Shotton. A wander up Saddler Street, with its elaborate shop fronts - Doric columns, bow-front windows, some dating back to Tudor times - will reveal...
Few cities offer a more romantic setting than York, all historic charm, cobbled streets and quaint old-fashioned shops. So it's a good setting for Hotel du Vin, the wine-inspired boutique hotel chain. If you're up for pushing the boat out, set sail to the Moët Vintage Suite. The open-plan suite's list of attractions mean you may never get to see the historic city outside: an eight-foot super king-size bed, twin free-standing roll-top baths, a walk-in monsoon shower, surround-sound speakers and two...
This tea room is almost as famous for its cups as its cakes. Enter the retro dining room and you’ll be amazed by the cornucopia of crockery. The Antique’s Roadshow team could spend days examining the mismatched china tea sets and vintage furniture. A cream tea for two costs just £8.95 and includes a pot of tea, two scones, cream and jams. What’s more, if you don’t choose a speciality tea, you can get a free refill. However, if you do want something fancier, the afternoon tea (£12.50) features Scottish...
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These days TV soap stars, slapstick comedy and naff jokes, deliberately written to make us groan, are all part of the fun, but panto remains an art form steeped in topsy-turvy tradition: the Principal Boy is played by a girl, Widow Twankey by a man, and the villain is always booed and hissed by the audience. And, if you're wondering where the next punchline is coming from, it's usually 'behind you!'...
Since 2008, 321 fruit trees, 530 forest trees, 530 woodland shrubs and 25,505 woodland bulbs have been planted. Our £20,000 per year is  being matched by FirstGroup, giving a total of £40,000 worth of grants for 2014/15.
Enjoy even better days out and breaks away with a Two Together Railcard - it'll save you money on train fares, and you'll also get access to exclusive member offers on film subscriptions, tourist attractions and restaurants, plus much more.
Need something for someone with a sense of adventure? What could be better than sending them hurtling along zip wires over a reservoir? Go Ape! offers just that, and more adrenaline-inducing fun besides. Nestled away in the depths of the Lancashire countryside, Go Ape! is a high-octane, treetop assault course, with tightrope walks among leafy canopies and rope ladders galore. Perfect for adults (known as Gorillas) and kids (Baboons) alike, this is a day out to remember - and for those of a sensitive...
On the Wirral side of the river, try Home at the Woodside ferry terminal for breakfast with a classic postcard view of Liverpool for company. Notice how the Pier Head's 'Three Graces' have plenty of contemporary architecture for company these days. It's the subject of much debate, and not only among locals. In mid-2012, UNESCO put the waterfront's World Heritage status on its 'in danger' list.
RULES: 1. Prize draw is open to residents of the UK aged 18 and over, except employees of First TransPennine Express and Seven Squared, their immediate families, agents or anyone professionally connected with this draw. 2. Prize valid until 20 December 2009, excluding Bank Holidays, subject to availability. Prize does not include travel to the nearest FTPE station, additional meals, beverages and hotel expenditure or spending money. 3. The closing date for receipt of all entries is 10 July 2009....
If you're further east, then Edinburgh is the place to head with a wealth of attractions on offer for the cash-conscious. The People's Story Museum is worth noting for the clever way oral history and written sources tell the story of everyday folks' lives, work and leisure from the late 18th century to the present day. The museum is filled with the sights, sounds and smells of the past: feel the despair of the dungeon, the convivial camaraderie of the 'pub' and the demands of political and social...
Is literally screaming 'LUXURY!' at the top of its superbly sophisticated voice. And there's a Michelin star in the restaurant too! If you have arrived on one of our  trains to Edinburgh  then this is in the perfect location as it is right by the train station.
Gorgeous bedrooms, richly historic arts and crafts building, a wooded valley of waterfalls and rustic bridges next door and still only five minutes from the throbbing heart of the city. A haven to stay on your trip to Newcastle.
BUS OPEN RETURN: Return ticket for travel from York to Leeds Festival Site on the Leeds Festival Bus. No discounts available. If you decide not to use your ticket to make all or part of your intended journey then you can apply for a refund from the My Account pages, or through Customer Support within 28 days of expiry of the ticket. Please note, the outward portion cannot be refunded if the return portion has been used. A GBP 10.00 administration fee will apply and the amount of the refund will take...
PJ & Duncan turned on the Christmas lights (before they were Ant and Dec).
There’s something a bit magical about York… Visit to explore the cosy city’s cobbled streets, Gothic architecture and unique atmosphere.
This historical building dated back to 1883, and still has original features including the grand staircase, definitely worth a visit to see the Champagne Central Bar to see its domed ceiling and marbled floors.
Cities don’t come more stylish than eclectic Manchester, with its world-class shopping, buzzing bar scene and legendary football heritage.
The additional discount from 34% to 50% is ONLY available from tickets on First TransPennine Express services, and ONLY when purchased through the URL www.tpexpress.co.uk/tickets-offers/offers/student-discounts/ .
There’s something a bit magical about York… Visit to explore the cosy city’s cobbled streets, Gothic architecture and unique atmosphere.
Visit the grand old city of Edinburgh and you’ll discover that it’s steeped in history, full of character and a real hub of creativity.
*Terms and conditions apply. This promotion is open to anyone aged 55 years or over at the time they are travelling. Proof of age must be available at the time of travelling. The tickets are valid for journeys that are wholly on First TransPennine Express services. They are available in both First and Standard class and are valid for travel on any First TransPennine Express services timed to depart at or after 09:30 Monday to Friday and at anytime on weekends. Tickets are available for outward travel...
Visit the grand old city of Edinburgh and you’ll discover that it’s steeped in history, full of character and a real hub of creativity.
Why: The arrival of continental Christmas markets in UK towns and cities was relatively recent, but the German markets which inspired them go back years - and positively dwarf their British counterparts. Cologne is one of the best-known cities for the Christmas market, and hosts not one but six of the festive affairs. From the Alter Markt, situated outside the town hall and packed full of treats for little ones like a puppet theatre and Santa Claus' quarter, to Rudolfplatz where fairytales are spectacularly...
There are some great places to visit all over Europe but if you're looking for something a bit closer to home try a beach getaway and a nice Hotel. With plenty of small towns and hotels throughout the UK there are some beautiful destinations to get away for the weekend. Try a visit to Newcastle or a  hotel in Llandudno , both coasts have a lot to offer and can be easily accessed by train or car.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is now one of the UK's Top 10 busiest airports and has direct scheduled services operating to over 60 UK and European destinations, with a further 650 worldwide destinations now linked via regular connections through Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Over £12 million has recently been invested in expanded terminal facilities bringing a new, larger security search area and a range of new and exciting retail facilities. Flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport are now more...
Quirky and cool is what this bar is all about, set in an old cinema they cater for both vegetarians and meat eaters, and not forgetting serve fantastic cocktails.
Tickets are train specific; however to accommodate inbound flight delays, journeys from John Lennon & Manchester Airports can be made on the next available TransPennine Express service up to 3 hours after the departure time stated on the ticket. Where no services depart within this time, the next TPE service may be used. Passengers wishing to use this must have their tickets endorsed at the Ticket Office before boarding the train. This is the only difference to other Advance tickets.
Whether you’re discovering top tourist attractions or heading for a night on the ‘toon’, you’re guaranteed a warm Geordie welcome in lively Newcastle.
Whether you’re discovering top tourist attractions or heading for a night on the ‘toon’, you’re guaranteed a warm Geordie welcome in lively Newcastle.
From top-notch restaurants and charming shopping streets to an incredible art scene that’s the best outside London, vibrant Leeds has it all.
Advance Purchase tickets are available on the majority of longer distance single (one-way) First TransPennine Express journeys. They must be purchased before 18:00 at least one day prior to travel. Savings on Advance fares vs purchase on the day. . Due to the limited availability and popularity of these tickets, please book early to avoid disappointment. Advance Purchase Tickets are valid only for the train service for which they are booked. An administration charge will be levied if a change...
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