All Days Out Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
Very well done.
https://www.instagram.com/tv/CAQMXoBjcjz/?igshid=wtuxw8ksbxdg The link for the tour on Instagram
I think this is direct link to the tour: https://www.facebook.com/toweroflondon/videos/582039159163523/
Definitely on insta
Ah missed it! Hopefully they’ll upload it.
All this is true my only problem is paying more for renewal than a new member does, so just become a new member, simple
Without charity there is no national trust, that means no membership to visit anywhere, are you for real or just on a wined up. And what sort of charity gives you so much back with free admission to most of there managed buildings and of course free parking as well if you only used it ten times a year it would be cost effective, I don't understand some people these days want the world on a plate.
Are you for real, charity is fine as long as we are not ripped off
I liked your comment because you are a QPR fan but I am not sure why you don't see the difference between a charity and a billionare company~!
Do you even understand the meaning of charity?
I wish this had more publicly...but also seems to have kicked in early. We visited Lyme park hoping to have a nice open park space away from others. They closed the car park and the main walkway entrance...essentially making thousands of people go down a 3ft two way path, bunched up and passing each other. Had driven almost an hour to get there with two screaming toddlers, but took one look and had to turn around. Honestly the most irresponsible action by an organisation I've seen this week. If they'd just let people park onsite and stick to their small household groups in the parkland it would have been both safe and beneficial...but obviously everyone saw it both here and via the National Trust email database and decided to go. Why can't they send another email to say it's been cancelled as it'll be the same tomorrow I'm sure.
We have expired this in light of the National Trust's statement today:- The National Trust has announced it will close its parks and gardens from midnight on Saturday to help ‘restrict the spread of the coronavirus’. The decision has been taken ahead of Mother’s Day, which the Trust predicts will attract more people to its open spaces despite Government advice on maintaining social distancing. https://metro.co.uk/2020/03/21/national-trust-close-parks-gardens-stop-spread-coronavirus-12436732/
Shopping is essential, visiting a national trust garden really isn’t!
They're encouraging the old and vulnerable to go to shops early morning and can use their bus passes before 9:30am!seems to be mixed messages
SImilarly, National Trust Scotland are offering free access to gardens (not sure there's any change): "We’ll be keeping our accessible gardens, country parks and gardens open free of charge, enabling visitors to escape isolation in a safe environment where ‘social distancing’ is easy to maintain" https://www.nts.org.uk/stories/coronavirus-emergency Places to visit: https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places
Or the smokey and the bandit artic lorry, chased by Sheriff Buford T. Justice
How about an Airwolf experience , now that would be fun!
I'd rather drive Jim Rockford's Pontiac Firebird, for those who can remember!
Didn't KITT have a busted cassette deck or something? As I recall it was always playing that dreadful electronic theme music. I do hope that people paying for the experience are allowed to bring their own music!
All that time for 3m !
As long as I can distance myself to have the whole boat to myself. I don't mind sharing if they are on the bottom deck.
Refundable, that is what we need. And paid via PayPal credit. Thanks.
Might not be allowed to come back
You need to apply the code at the very last stage of the checkout, and not on the first screen. Hope it helps
I couldn't get code to work after trying several times.
Celebs are doing a meat and greet at the door.
HUKD edgelords crushing it again
Would it be acceptable if i went and brought some bacon sandwiches for lunch
(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) almost killed me
It can be a little pricey but only comparable with other large attractions. Booking online makes it cheaper and one payment is entrance for the who!e year. Saturday, 29th Feb, is World Pasty Championships day. Lots of stuff going on and bands. I'll be there having me Pasty!
We went six years ago and really enjoyed it, all the better for using Gardeners World free entry. Wonder what the Morecambe version will be like?
Ah, it looks like we must have gone when it first opened, it was more like £15 back then and was essentially nothing but the biomes and a nice veggie restaurant, I do remember parking was a bit of a faff.
It's changed over those years. Park long way from biomes, unhelpful irregular bus transfer, 3/4 hour queue to get in (due to all their 'data gathering'), ~£80 entry (£85.50 this year according to this post) for 3 people, constant green nagging (which is unnecessary), usual mediocre but expensive catering, gift shop full of imported tat. It's a big commercial outfit trading on past green credentials. Just my opinion of course but there are far better (and probably greener) ways of splurging over eighty quid in lovely Cornwall.
I haven't been for years, but we didn't see any of that, just wandered around the biomes for a few hours. I thought it was a pretty good day out for Cornwall. what did you experience?
Just been watching the box set on blu ray. Happy days
With signs saying residents only parking ?! Ok I stand corrected
They are actors.
Lots of people living there when we visited last summer.
Id normal sized version of a giant village
Went there on a school trip in 1965. Must go back one of these days.
Looks great, I would like to go, it's a shame it is in Birmingham. :)
(lol) Do you have to hide put in the East wing when the normal come snooping around. :)
The picture on their homepage just reminded me of this episode from Citizen Khan...
Having to take bed is just camping.
No idea what that's supposed to say? (confused)
Alchohol,weed and women (lol) (lol)
Cornflakes, coco pops, rice crispies, viagra!
tv, slippers, water, shoes, light bulbs (lol)
Any, gets you out of Slough. :)
Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)
How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx
Anyone know what attractions on the route are free (y) to get in? TIA
The worst places for stabbings after London is Birmingham, liverpool, Nottingham, Manchester, Blackpool . Lets not pretend this isn't an issue everywhere. Most folk who harp on about Piccadilly Gardens being a hole are them that only venture into the centre for a primark sale
Also if you go to Liverpool you can witness Britain's largest concentration of Shellsuited, Workshy, unintelligible thieves.
Open top bus tour of Manchester...In February, Can just imagine now If you look to your left you will see the Majestic gardens of Piccadilly And if you look to your right you will see the famous Big issue seller getting into their Bentley. :D
is there anything to see in manchester that warrants a tourist bus?
Tenner to take a dump though
I never charge my guests if they want to use my cloakroom.
Thanks Steve. We always used to have family holidays caravaning in and around the New Forest, so every year in August we’d stand along the cliff top with ours noses poked through the wire mesh fence waiting for the planes being announced over the tannoy. The highlight was always the Red Arrows doing their acrobatics over the Sea. To this day I still get a lump in my throat whenever I see them and a sense of National Pride.
Your so right, nice to see some one with a little positively and it's somewhere great to meet the lovely people from the RAF, navy and army deffo nice 1 on that comment. (y) (highfive) 8)
Not forgetting that this air show raises a lot of money for good causes.
Look to those ney sayers and trolls and the people who moan about which is a free event in my opinion are what's wrong with the world these day, these are the guys have nothing better to do with themselves and they should get a life. The people of Bournemouth and the people who put on the Bournemouth air festival should deserve a big pat on the back for putting on 3 amazing days of fun for all the family and to even get things going on at night too with the fire flies and fireworks too omg come on how petty can you get. If it's raining take a brolly, if your worried about the traffic get there early, as there is plenty to see and the gardens 2 are gorgeous. There's plenty to put a smile on any ones face lol......
We went on the Saturday last year. Definitely rained! Dried up eventually though. Not a bad day out by any means!
Went to Howletts last year, very disappointed, could hardly see any of the animals. Wouldn't go back again
I did a get credit promo code a year or so ago and didn't get my credit either. Couldn't remember which Groupon Deal it was on (I have three Groupon accounts) so I had to let it slide. Partly my fault, but it should be an automatic process on their part anyway?
I had this a couple of weeks ago and purchased a deal in the hope I would be credited the following week. Spoke to customer service via live chat twice now and they said they were going to sort it & guess what..still norhing!!
I got email is that cheapest
Sadly didn't work for me (annoyed)
Terrible company to deal with. Why can't they just list the deals that you can use promo codes for instead of you trying various deals.Never managed to get discount off any deals,and trying to contact them is a nightmare.
This is such a good deal, in London aswell. You could purchase it, try and use it. If your unable to ask groupon for a refund.
Hmmmm. I bought an afternoon tea from Groupon once, and every time I tried to book, they told me the days I wanted weren't available. Then it expired. This one has to be used by 7th of April so you don't have long!