Issue № 18 — January 2020

Ideas and opportunities for group travel buyers. Brought to you by the team behind GTO magazine, the authoritative source of group travel knowledge.

Don't miss out on visiting the South West Group Travel Show!

There's still just enough time to register for FREE entry to the South West Group Travel Show on 30th January 2020 at We The Curious in Bristol. Amongst the over 50 exhibitors at the show will be The Eden Project, Bodmin Jail, West Somerset Railway and Aerospace Bristol, all eager to tell group travel buyers about their offers for 2020 and beyond.

There will be FREE and discounted car parking and train travel available, as well as a FREE coach service from Taunton to Bristol, picking up at Bridgwater and Weston-super-Mare along the way.

Don't miss the opportunity to pick up a host of valuable South West trip ideas for your group!

Register here >>

Grapevine Nuggets

Arboretum days out with a difference

The National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire is offering ‘Days out with a Difference’ for groups in 2020, who can take advantage of packages designed to enhance their visit, including exclusive saver rates for events.


Kew Palace remembers George III 

This year marks 200 years since the death of King George III, who grew up at Kew Palace. Find out how the attraction is marking this occasion in 2020. For more historic houses news, look out for GTO's February issue!


Highlighting England's silk route

Silk manufacture is a strong British tradition. Discover Towns looks at England’s ‘Silk Route’ to learn more about the heritage and people behind the industry, and the towns celebrating this textile history.


West Midland Safari Park's new cubs

West Midland Safari and Leisure Park in Worcestershire has announced the arrival of two litters of African lion cubs. Groups can get a first look from February half term. Visit the Discover Animals site for more details.


Red telephone box exhibit at MAD Museum

A new sculpture inside an old red refurbished telephone box has been unveiled by the MAD (Mechanical Art and Design) Museum in Stratford-upon-Avon this month, following the recent trend of converting the boxes for other uses.


Explore exotic garden shows overseas

From Japan and The Netherlands to Belgium and Germany, you can find an eclectic mix of garden and flower show visit options when your group ventures abroad in 2020. Why not plan to tie one in with your next adventure?



Register now for Northern show! 

It's only a few weeks now until the Northern Travel Show on 25th February 2020 at The Monastery in Manchester. Visitors are flocking to sign up for FREE entry to the event so make sure you are amongst them!

Register here >>

Make sure your vote is counted!

Voting for the Group Travel Awards 2020 closes on 31st January. Grapevine readers can still register their choices for the top suppliers in group travel, with the finalists announced in the March issue of GTO.

Vote here >>

Redknapp and Conley back to 9 to 5

Popular favourites Louise Redknapp and Brian Conley will return to play Violet Newstead and Franklin Hart Jnr respectively in 9 to 5 the Musical at the Savoy Theatre in London's West End from February.


Grapevine Discounts

Come aboard the Cutty Sark and experience what it was like to sail this much-loved national icon. Now restored to an award-winning visitor experience, Grapevine readers can enjoy a 50% discount with the opportunity to see the sailors' quarters, take the helm at the ship's wheel and enjoy fabulous views of the River Thames.

Claim discount >>

The Bond in Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum in Covent Garden is home to the world's largest collection of Bond vehicles and an extensive collection of impressive props from the iconic films. Every item displayed has been used in one of the 24 James Bond films to date, and Grapevine readers can enjoy a 50% discount!

Claim discount >>

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