holiday camp


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holiday camp

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(Commerce) Brit a place, esp one at the seaside, providing accommodation, recreational facilities, etc, for holiday-makers
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WHEN Sir Billy Butlin opened the first holiday camp he thought the entertainers looked a bit grey.
ATHLETICS North East is running an Athletics Holiday Camp - which has a Halloween theme - based at Gateshead College Academy for Sport during the school holidays on October 25-27.
She recalled some great times at Butlins' Middleton Towers holiday camp in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
FANS from across the universe teleported into a holiday camp for a stellar science fiction convention over the weekend.
Organisation of the holiday camp in Dabkach in turnusie 13 days (45 participants and educators 4) within a period of 1.
Abu Dhabi: Zayed Sports City in Abu Dhabi will launch its first winter sessions of ZSC Kids' Holiday Camp this December, offering a wide range of outdoor activities to keep children active during the school holidays.
One of the dining rooms at Butlins Holiday Camp <Bjam-packed for lunch in 1975
But the snaps weren't shot in a Second World War PoW camp like Colditz - rather a 1980 British holiday camp dubbed "Butlitz".
The first Butlins holiday camp was opened in Skegness, Lincolnshire by Sir Billy Butlin in 1936.
It was a rainy day on Barry Island in Wales which led to Billy Butlin creating his holiday camp empire.
The chart-topper has been cast as Megan, a holiday camp entertainer, in the new series of BBC1 show, Inspector George Gently.
WARRINGTON telecoms firm TalkTalk Business is to provide a communications network for the Pontins holiday camp operator.