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The Pass. Group travel, days out and holidays, July 2014 issue

 

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Great for Groups North - A Resounding Success

Over 300 GTOs packed into the Manchester Suite at Old Trafford on Wednesday 3rd September for the second annual Great for Groups North exhibition.

Rated at over 9/10 by exhibitors and visitors alike Great for Groups North 2014 really captured the imagination of Northern based GTOs and is sure to be a staple event for years to come.

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The Pass, group days out and holidays. Video gallery for National Maritime Museum Cornwall
National Maritime Museum Cornwall
The Pass, group days out and holidays. Video gallery for Hop Farm Country Park
Hop Farm Country Park
The Pass, group days out and holidays. Video gallery for Royal Air Force Museum London
Royal Air Force Museum London
The Pass, group days out and holidays. Video gallery for Royal Air Force Museum Cosford
Royal Air For Museum Cosford
The Pass, group days out and holidays. Video gallery for Mill Rythe Holiday Resort
Mill Rythe Holiday Resort
The Pass, group days out and holidays. Video gallery for Guildford Philharmonic
Guildford Philharmonic
The Pass, group days out and holidays. Video gallery for Chiddingstone Castle
Chiddingstone Castle

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London Readers' Day

London Readers' Day

The Pass are offering 15 lucky Group Travel Organisers and a guest the chance to explore two of London's greatest legends on Tuesday 14th October 2014, Sherlock Holmes and St Paul's Cathedral...

Arriving at the Museum of London at 8.30am for breakfast and a chance to chat with other readers of The Pass and museum staff, you will be treated to an exclusive preview of the new Sherlock Holmes exhibition ‘the man who never lived and will never die’, ahead of being officially opened to the public. Celebrating one of the most famous fictional Londoners of all time, the exhibition will look beyond Sherlock’s familiar deerstalker and pipe through a combination of objects, paintings, photographs, manuscripts and the earliest documentary film footage of London. This will be followed by a fascinating 90 minute tour of St Paul’s Cathedral at 11.15am. Just a short walk away, the Cathedral became a symbol of London’s resilience during World War II and has been a constant presence and focal point of the city since being completed in 1710.

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