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- Their four-day visit included a trip to London and a day out to Winchester and Salisbury.
- Miss Parker said the attack occurred as the pair returned to Bradford from a day out in Scarborough.
- We had a good day out but it was great to get back to the comfort of the hotel and be waited on with an excellent dinner.
- Tourism had just begun and he realised that visitors would love a pictorial souvenir of their day out.
- We went for a day out to Bude in North Cornwall yesterday which was fantastic.
- Many schools have spent the last few weeks preparing for their global day out.
- We love Ascot and we love the fashion, so a day out in York would be fantastic.
- You may wish to end your day out with a cup of tea in one of the cafes.
- Tracey added that the last day out she had with her brother was in Scarborough.
- Children were also treated to a day out at an amusement park near Ripon.
- There is nothing more fun than a day out with an adult other than a parent, and it needn't be expensive.
- He is reported to have borrowed the boat from a Frenchman to take the migrant workers for a day out on the lake.
- For her special day out, Mrs Peel stayed in a London hotel before the trip to Lord's.
- So we arranged on Sunday I would pick her up and we'd have a day out on the river.
- As a microcosm of English history, it also offers a grand day out for all the family.
- Clun in Shropshire isn't too far away and if the weather holds then it should be a good day out.
- If you have nothing planned to celebrate the jubilee try to go along for a great day out.
- Neighbours told us that an excursion to the town by boat also makes for a good day out.
- I do not get to see my son very often, so it was wonderful to be able to spend a day out as a family.
- The ladies enjoyed an evening meal on the way home and a good time and an enjoyable day out was had by all.