Executive Travel & Sightseeing

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Stonehenge, new visitor centre

Photos of the stones to follow, but take a look at the sparkling new visitor centre at Stonehenge

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Forty years ago today Concorde took off on its first commercial flight. David Clensy looks back at the most famous aircraft to come out of Filton Back in 1976, when Concorde first took off in the public’s imagination, there couldn’t have been many people who didn’t look

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Stonehenge Sightseeing Tours

Sightseeing Stonehenge First visit of the year to Stonehenge, also the first visit to the new visitor centre.   Looks great, lots of information available along with a shop and cafe. Still painfully expensive way to spend less than two hours but better than what went before.

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Sneyd Park – Roundabout

An unusual patch of green space in Bristol has won town green status to protect it from development. The small grassy area is known as the Green on the Roundabout and is in the middle of the road in a Sneyd Park cul-de-sac. People who live in

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Bristol, future looking good!

SPEAKER’S CORNER: As the mood of business becomes more optimistic, James Durie, executive director for Bristol Chamber of Commerce and Initiative at Business West, maps out how our city can share in the growth that everyone is predicting for 2014. IT HAS been a tough five years,

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The history of Tetbury can be traced back to 681, 1300 years ago. In the Middle Ages it was a key centre of the Cotswolds wool trade. You can see the market house in the town centre looking the same today as when it was built in

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Walking Tours – The Cotswold Way

If you are planning to walk the Cotswold way at any point between Bath and Chipping Campden, why not make use of our luggage transfer service. We can arrange for your luggage to be moved between accommodation while you walk, so you can keep all your things

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1980s festival to return to Bristol – this time to Ashton Court

LOVE them or hate them, the 1980s are making a return next year – to Ashton Court. Following the success of Let’s Rock Bristol at Blaise Castle in June, the 80s music festival has announced it is moving to an even bigger space. This year’s sell-out event,

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Gromits get together for Greatest Dog Show on Earth

80 decorated Gromits have been touched up and polished after their ten-week stint on the city’s streets over the summer and are back on public view. The Greatest Dog Show on Earth was opening its doors today to give Gromit fans their only chance to see all

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Silverline Cars – about us

Silverline Cars website is all our own work. Having done some recent research on internet search engines we thought it was worth making the following observations. When you call Silverline Cars you are speaking to one of our Staff. We own our vehicles and employ our drivers.

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