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Tag Archives: trains to Plymouth

Wet Your Whistle on August’s Rail Ale Trail

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Recover from this summer’s excitement with some quality brews at some of the UK’s best ale festivals. Check our journey planner before you set off to save money better spent on sampling some fine ales and ciders.

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Wet Your Whistle on July’s Rail Ale Trail

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Take the train to July’s beer festivals and you’ll be covered whether the sun’s streaming or the rain’s falling. Just check for cheap train tickets before you go and you could save money to spend on your entrance fee or a few special ciders or ales to take home with you.

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Take the train … to Sports Relief

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Get fit and fundraise – by taking the train to take part in the Sports Relief Mile. Hundreds of Sports Relief events will be taking place across the country on Sunday 25 March 2012, so get your running shoes on and race to the platform to make sure you’re part of this fantastic charity run.

But before you rush to the starting line, check our journey planner for cheap train tickets first – you could put the money you save towards your sports gear or use it to boost your fundraising total.

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Take the train … to Blighty’s best Christmas Markets

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Image Credit: Carousel at Bath Christmas Market. Daz Smith. Flickr. Creative Commons Licensed.

Christmas is fast approaching and if you’re feeling a little festive, now’s the time to hop on board and head to some of Britain’s best-loved Christmas Markets. Just take the train to Plymouth, London, Leeds, Bath or Edinburgh for charming wood-carved stalls, carousel rides, clove- and cinnamon-studded oranges and spiced wines – not to mention Christmas shopping.

Just make sure to leave yourself with more to spend by checking our journey planner for cheap tickets before you go.

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