Hucknall Tourism & Regeneration Group Bus Tours 2022
To RESERVE A SEAT, please telephone 0115 963 8566 from 10.00am on Monday, 4 April. Messages can be left on the answerphone if necessary.
We can arrange for a wheelchair passenger on each tour but need prior notice so that the correct bus will be made available.
|10:00am||Thursday||9 June||We visit an old favourite at Bilsthorpe Mining Museum followed by Rufford Abbey where we can purchase our own lunch and other refreshments. On the return journey will will also call in at the Tithe Barn Burial Ground.|
|10:00am||Monday||20 June||We visit Sherwood Forest Arts & Craft Centre in Edwinstowe. There are lots of shops to visit and there is also a very good café there, all under cover. It may also be possible for people to visit other sites of interest in the area.|
|10:00am||Wednesday||13 July||Our first visit will be to Bestwood Winding House for a tour of the site. The Dynamo House will also be open. Next we make headway towards Linby Village where we visit the Garden Centre there and buy our own lunch in the Café. Later we set off towards Papplewick Pumping Station where we will have a tour of the Water Pumping Machinery and how it works.|
|10:00am||Tuesday||26 July||Our first visit of the day will be to Newstead Abbey, the former home of the Byron Family. After lunch we will be able to enjoy a tour of the gardens before returning via Annesley Old Church Site. From there we will return to Hucknall for a guided tour of St Mary Magdalene’s Church|
|10:00am||Thursday||11 August||We will set off to Pleasley Pit Museum where we will have a tour of the old pit works. Afterwards, we can purchase refreshments in the cafe there before returning via Mill Waters where we can take a stroll and look at all the wildlife.|
|10:00am||Tuesday||23 August||This will be a full day. We leave Hucknall and head for Stonebridge City Farm where a reasonably priced lunch can be purchased before we move on to the William Booth Memorial Hall for a guided tour of the building. Finally, we cross the road to St Steven’s Church where we will have a short talk about the various artefacts therein.|
|10:00am||Monday||12 September||Today we head off to Denby Pottery Visitors Centre, for the day. There are various retail outlets for you to enjoy and lunch may be purchased in the Café.|
|10:00am||Wednesday||28 September||To be advised|