Mill Street Barracks £50 – 16 Dec

Dating from the middle of the 19th century Mill Street Barracks in St Helens has enjoyed a varied history. It was intended as accommodation for the armed forces but also has strong links to both a church and nunnery. It was once used as an isolation unit for TB sufferers, and during both World Wars

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Old Nick Theatre £39 – Jan 20

Built in the 19th century the Old Nick theatre in Gainsborough, originally served as the Divisional Headquarters of the Lincolnshire Constabulary and the Magistrates Court, a role it fulfilled for more than 100 years. In 1979 the courtroom was converted into the present theatre, although the structure of the building is largely unaltered. The premises

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Chernobyl Tour £599 – 19 Feb

Our 3rd Chernoby trip on the 19th of Febuary till the 23rd, 2018. Price is £599 per person (Based on 2 people sharing a double room), £200 deposit required to secure your place. Balance to be paid 6 weeks before the trip. Our journey starts at London Heathrow airport were we depart for Kiev on

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Chernobyl Tour £599 – 24 Feb

Chernobyl trip on the 24th of February till the 28th, 2018. Price is £599 per person (Based on 2 people sharing a double room), £200 deposit required to secure your place. Balance to be paid 6 weeks before the trip. Our journey starts at London Heathrow airport were we depart for Kiev on the 24th

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Chernobyl Tour £599 – 19 March

Chernobyl trip on the 19th of March till the 23rd, 2018. Price is £599 per person (Based on 2 people sharing a double room), £200 deposit required to secure your place. Balance to be paid 6 weeks before the trip, we will send a payment request 7 weeks before. Our journey starts at London Heathrow

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Revesby Abbey £49 – Mar 31

Located in an isolated spot this Grade I listed building is the third to bear the name Revesby Abbey. The original Revesby Abbey was a Cistercian monastery founded by William de Roumare, the Earl of Lincoln, this was destroyed by Henry VIII in the dissolution of the monasteries in the 1500s. The next building to

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Old Nick Theatre £39 – Jul 14

Built in the 19th century the Old Nick theatre in Gainsborough, originally served as the Divisional Headquarters of the Lincolnshire Constabulary and the Magistrates Court, a role it fulfilled for more than 100 years. In 1979 the courtroom was converted into the present theatre, although the structure of the building is largely unaltered. The premises

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Revesby Abbey £49 – Jul 21

Located in an isolated spot this Grade I listed building is the third to bear the name Revesby Abbey. The original Revesby Abbey was a Cistercian monastery founded by William de Roumare, the Earl of Lincoln, this was destroyed by Henry VIII in the dissolution of the monasteries in the 1500s. The next building to

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Revesby Abbey £49 – Oct 20

Located in an isolated spot this Grade I listed building is the third to bear the name Revesby Abbey. The original Revesby Abbey was a Cistercian monastery founded by William de Roumare, the Earl of Lincoln, this was destroyed by Henry VIII in the dissolution of the monasteries in the 1500s. The next building to

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Old Nick Theatre £39 – Oct 27

Built in the 19th century the Old Nick theatre in Gainsborough, originally served as the Divisional Headquarters of the Lincolnshire Constabulary and the Magistrates Court, a role it fulfilled for more than 100 years. In 1979 the courtroom was converted into the present theatre, although the structure of the building is largely unaltered. The premises

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