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North Yorkshire Moors Railway Autumn Welsh Steam Gala


Those with a passion for steam locomotives should head over to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway as it holds its annual Autumn Welsh Steam Gala event from Friday September 30th until Sunday 2nd of October.

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North Yorkshire Moors Railway Hits a Hat-Trick!


The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is pleased to have hit a hat-trick with three steam engines back on track after overhauls. 80136 is the third locomotive to emerge from the ever-busy Motive Power Depot, running for the first time on Tuesday 23rd August.

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Residential Primary & Secondary Trip Ideas

Another new term comes around and already thinking of ideas for Residential Outdoor Education Centres for your school trip or educational group, residential school trips has great advantages for school children or educational groups. Which includes t...
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Early in December 2015, Cumberland flooded.  There were several days of extremely heavy rain, culminating in serious flooding in most low-lying areas of the Lake District.  The floods in Cockermouth, Glenridding  and other areas were well documented on the television news programmes, and the Langton Adventure Centre, only some four miles from Glenridding, was also hard hit.  As far as we know, the house, which is about two hundred years old, and is built of solid stone, has never been flooded before.

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School Trips South West


Need ideas for school trips in your County

Visiting the South West of England is an amazing region full of natural wild landscapes and dotted full of interesting historical towns, ancient sites that school groups and educational visits can experience. Looking for your school group to experience adventure then try some of the venues listed below that offer so much for your educational needs and soak up the cuture that they provide. See below:

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School Trip History Roman Britain


With the Roman Conquest in 43 AD came the first written records of England's history. From the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall to the lesser known villas and amphitheatres that once dotted the land, Britain has a surprisingly large amount of Roman ruins that can still be visited today.

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