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Bank Holiday Monday 26th August

This morning we travel to the wonderful resort of Llandudno, which has a host of attractions.  Take a stroll along the promenade and explore the Victorian Pier, the longest in Wales or browse in the town shops and take refreshments in the many restaurants and cafes.  The Great Orme is Llandudno’s own mini mountain, which rises straight out of the sea to a height of 207m.  You can walk up if you are feeling energetic or take the historic Great Orme Tramway, which has been ferrying passengers to the summit since 1898.  The Visitor Centre has a cafe, a shop and a walk outside rewards you with stunning views all the way to the Lake District.  Visit Happy Valley located on the Great Orme.  It was first created in the late 19th Century and was listed as a historic garden of excellence during the 1930's due to its notable Alpine plant collection.  The Gardens have a café, adequate seating, miniature golf course and a camera obscurer.  The park is extensive and contains many different areas, including: terraced gardens, woodland walks, formal lawns and a quarried cave known locally as Elephants Cave.  In 2009 Happy Valley was awarded a Green Flag.  This confirms our belief that Happy Valley is a park worthy of a status of national excellence.

Adults: £53.00           

Senior Citizens/Child: £52.00                                        

All attractions extra cost

ROUTE 15 Cropwell North

Village / Town Location Cropwell North
Langar Unicorn Pub 06:45am
Cropwell Bishop Fern Road 07:00am
Bingham Garden Road 07:07am
Bingham White Lion pub 07:08am
Bingham Coop Market Place 07:10am
Radcliffe on Trent The Grange 07:20am
Cotgrave Manvers Arms Pub 07:30am
West Bridgford Davis Road/Radcliffe Road 07:35am
West Bridgford Davis Road/Cyril Road 07:37am
West Bridgford Coop/Library Bridgford Road 07:45am
Nottingham Mount Street 08:00am

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