coach party

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coach party

ngruppo di gitanti (che viaggia in pullman)
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A coach party will also take in a number of key sites on the Ypres Salient, Belgium, and in the Somme area of northern France, the setting for much bloody fighting during 1914 to 1918.
Between October 11 and 16, I will be leading a coach party from the North of England to Normandy at a much quieter time of the year, when it will be possible to pause and reflect.
A coach party departed from Huddersfield Sports Centre for a fun and sports day for the disabled at Sandall Park, Doncaster, in August 2006 JS*125290494
Between 12th and 16th October, I will be leading a coach party from the North of England to Normandy at a much quieter time of the year when it will be possible to pause and reflect.
A 53-year-old woman had posed as a member of a coach party to trick a Rhyl hotel receptionist into handing over a room key, then stole bedding and towels, a court heard yesterday.
Between September 22 and 27 I will be leading a coach party from the north of England to the Somme and Verdun battlefields in France.
A COACH party of Scots schoolkids were attacked at Calais after ending up in clashes between immigrants and French police, it has emerged.
I was like'Look, I said I liked you but that's one step too far"' Comedian Jack Whitehall "It was like a coach party from Spitting Image" Impressionist Rory Bremner's description of the guest list at Sir David Frost's garden parties
About 15 minutes before kick-off I was approached by a member of a Cornish rugby club who had come to Cardiff with a coach party hoping to get tickets and give support to a fellow club member playing in the England side.
He had attended the rally with an organised coach party and was making his way back to the coach when the police blocked the way with the mounted cordon.
The coach party, including screaming children, begged him to stop.
He spoke out from the dockside of the French port, where he is stranded among thousands in a coach party trying to return to the UK.