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Monday to Friday Group

We are starting to arrange coach trips again. As trips are planned, the details will be published in future newsletters and on the website.

Visits to museums and places of interest and occasional pub lunches


All LALG members are automatically members of this group, and welcome on trips and other events.

Monday to Friday Plus Group is so named because we organise outings on weekdays plus the occasional weekend trip.

Our friendly excursions are open to anyone, including singles, and as we do not aim to make a profit you will find the cost is considerably lower than for commercial excursions.

Do persist when you phone to book at 9.30am; it is always busy for the first twenty minutes, so do keep on trying, as even the day before a trip, places may be available.

We sincerely hope there will be an outing for you and we look forward to welcoming you on board.

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Pashley Manor House & Gardens - 20 September 2018

Beautiful plants, flowers, trees, fountains and ponds, and lots of statues were seen in the grounds of this Grade 1* Listed Tudor/Georgian Manor House.

Beth Chatto Gardens and Colchester Castle - 25 Aug 2016

Trip organised by Ron Verran and photos by Jane Webb. Another gem to see and exp!ore. Again special thanks to Ron .

The Octavia Hill Birthplace House Monday 29th Feb 2016

32 LALG members enjoyed a informative and educational morning tour of The Octavia Hill Birthplace House in Wisbech

Uppark House and Gardens (National Trust), West Sussex Oct 2015

50 LALG members enjoyed a lovely day out on Friday 23rd October 2015 at Uppark. The house was very interesting with lots of facts including the video about the fire they had there and the work in  the restoration of the house. The autumn colours in the gardens  and the  wild flowers were beautiful .

The Ceramic Poppy Installation - Tower of London

A moving and beautiful occasion.

On Sunday 2 November, nearly 100 members of LALG visited the commemorative display of poppies at the Tower of London, for those killed in World War 1. We heard the emotive notes of the Last Post and the Roll of Honour, with the names of many of those killed in WW1. The trip also included a tour of the new WW1 galleries at the Imperial War Museum and some of us were able to make a brief stop at the Bomber Command Memorial. 

Oxburgh Hall March 2014

A lovely day out. Thanks to Jane for the photos.

Contact Details

Kay Nethersole  01462 490313 
07761 570948  -  This phone is carried by the organiser ON THE DAY.

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