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Saturday 4th June

We travel to the charming market town of Thirsk with a morning visit to the World of James Herriot, the award-winning museum, converted from the original house and surgery of the local vet and author, real name Alf White.  He wrote, “All Creatures Great and Small,” and other stories about his life here.  Today there is a fascinating market in the centre of town selling all kinds of everything plus a wealth of shops, old world pubs and cafes for refreshments and a small Museum relating life in Thirsk from the past to present day.  This afternoon we call at Rippon for a short visit.  This is one of England’s oldest cities, home to a majestic cathedral where Georgian and medieval buildings surround the ancient marketplace including the grade II listed Town Hall in which the Tourist Information Centre can be found.

 Adult: £34.00               

Senior Citizen/Child: £33.00                         

Incl. Herriot Museum admission only

ROUTE 11


Village / Town

Location

Route 11
Cropwell North

Langar

Unicorn Pub

06:45am

Cropwell Bishop

Chequers Inn pub

07:00am

Cropwell Butler

 Plough Inn pub

07:05am

Bingham

Garden Road

07:07am

Bingham

White Lion pub

07:09am

Bingham

Coop Market Place

07:10am

Radcliffe on Trent

Thomas Ave / A52 Radcliffe

07:15am

Radcliffe on Trent

The Grange

07:20am

Cotgrave

Manvers Arms Pub

07:30am

West Bridgford

Davis Road/Radcliffe Road

07:39am

West Bridgford

Davis Road/Cyril Road

07:42am

West Bridgford

Coop/Library Bridgford Road

07:45am

Nottingham

Mount Street

08:00am

Clifton

McDonalds Clifton Lane

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