coach party

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coach party

ngruppo di gitanti (che viaggia in pullman)
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ON Sunday, October 18 until Friday, October 23, in this a centenary year of the Great War, I will be leading a coach party from the north of England to the First World War battlefields in Belgium and France.
e coach party will also visit the town of Ypres, which never fell to the Germans despite thousands of soldiers being killed and wounded, with the opportunity for people to visit the war graves of relatives.
e coach party, made up of children from Dudley, Wolverhampton and West Bromwich, was one of four coaches which had been organised by charity Action For Children and which was visiting Weston-super-Mare for the day.
On Tuesday, September 16, I will lead a coach party from the North of England to attend the special Arnhem Ceremonies, including a parachute drop at Ginkel Heath.
The coach party was on a 71-mile trip from Exmouth, Devon, to Looe, Cornwall.
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.
BETWEEN Thursday October 18 and Tuesday October 23 I will be leading a coach party group from the North of England to the First World War Battlefields in Belgium and northern France.
As well as guests falling ill after attending the Prince of Wales at the weekend, a member of an out-of-town coach party is also said to have displayed symptoms of norovirus - which causes sickness and diarrhoea - after checking out.
So I had a quick look inside, and was followed in a by a coach party of people who had turned up specifically to view the building rather than use its lavatorial facilities.
A COACH party of pensioners sparked a massive rescue effort yesterday by asking their driver to take them up a road that was too narrow for his bus.
Helyn, from Spennymoor, Durham, had decided to join the coach party to a nearby beach just minutes before it set off on its fateful journey.