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AGTO adds four new directors to board

AGTO, the Association of Group Travel Organisers, has appointed four new directors as it moves forward to further strengthen membership and travel trade engagement.  Read more

Evening Car Boot for Local Charities

Following a successful first event last month, there will be a second evening car boot at Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre on Thursday 25th July. This event will continue to run on the last Thursday of every month.  Read more

Date decided for 2020 AGTO Showcase Weekend

AGTO, the Association of Group Travel Organisers, has announced the date for the 2020 ‘AGTO Showcase Weekend’.  Read more

Hatton Adventure World - Great Summer Adventure

Hatton Adventure World will host the ‘Great Summer Adventure’ from 20 July – 1 September which will feature two brand new activities – foam parties and sports day races! The sports day races, which includes traditional sack races, egg and spoon and relay races, will take place at 11am & 1:30pm daily. Foam parties are the latest craze popular with children and will take place from 3:15pm – 4pm. Children can play in a giant inflatable foam pit which is continually topped up with foam whilst they play and have fun.  Read more

British Motor Museum hosts BMW Car Club Festival

BMW fans will be able to see over 1,000 BMWs when the British Motor Museum hosts the BMW Car Club National Festival on Sunday 11 August. Regarded as one of Europe’s largest gathering of BMW’s, the festival is organised by the BMW Car Club GB and promises to be even bigger than last year. New for 2019 is a Show Arena featuring Grandstand seating, new Display Ramp and all major activities! Vehicles on display will include M Power, ALPINA, Z’s and i’s, as well as modern, classic and modified BMW models including MINI’s.  Read more

Classic & Modern Bus Festival

The nostalgic ‘Buses Festival’ will return to the British Motor Museum for a sixth year on Sunday 18 August. Organised by Key Publishing, publisher of Buses Magazine, visitors can step back in time and see an impressive display of around 100 restored, vintage and modern buses and coaches from various decades and fleets.  The popular family festival is a great day out offering something for all generations as well as appealing to enthusiasts.  Read more

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