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Discussion in 'School trips' started by Lottes, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. Lottes

    Lottes New commenter

    Perhaps depends on where in the UK you are based, but how about London?... trip on the Thames, plenty of sights, London Eye, Covent Garden... As the price would be cheaper than going abroad there could be a range of pre-booked 'treats' in with the price - One of the many ghost walks, a meal at Hard Rock Cafe and a West End show would keep them entertained in the evenings?
    ... although not sure of the Olympics timings... maybe that would be a plus point though!?
    Heard 'euro-study-tours' are decent, not used them personally though. Good luck!

  2. blazer

    blazer Star commenter

    IOf you want adventure stuff then give the Old Vicarage Activity centre a ring or email (they are in google). They do residential and camping stays with all sorts of stuff that can be included such as abseiling, canoeing, archery, paintball, quads, horses plus loads of other stuff.
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    Our annual trip to the Ardèche takes about 20 hours in a coach But..
    We go for 9 days
    It's 13 year olds
    It costs £650 per child (adults free)
    It's in the first week of the Summer holidays
    I take about 50 children plus 5 colleagues
    We're camping

    It's great fun - (This year will be my 6th year organising it) - and the children remember it forever.
    I use Acorn Adventures.

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