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Congratulations you have found Fables which usually means someone has recommended us but why........do you qualify to join us?

Read on if you are fun, fit and fabulous company seeking like minded people and wish to join the 200 club by first checking below if your character falls into one of the following catergories:

200 Club Minimum Requirements
Sexy and you know it,
 Teachers (what goes on tour stays on tour, Rock and Rollers, Movers and Shakers, Fifty Shades of Grey and counting (literally) little and often), Nurses (out of uniform but never off duty!), Men in uniform, Single by day / Twinned for the night, Work Outings with no consequences, Golfers and Hackers, Virgins and Milfs, Shop till you drop, Music lovers, Sophisticated or simply Riff Raff who just like a ticket to ride!

Ok but you need to move fast as 2017  is proving very popular with the first weekend trip already sold out ! Small must be beautiful as what Fables Fantasia achieved for 25 years worked and whilst People May Change (Brewster, Oxley, Spencer, Roberts, Cholerton, etc.).......Legends Live On. (Bloodworths, Stock, Whiteman, Clifton etc.)  Thanks goes to one and all our customers past and present and not just those named.

Viagra and Alcohol drives our success
The volume of bookings to-date suggest last year's trips despite the usual hiccups have left lasting memories on our" clubbers", or an alternative theory could be GP'S are simply prescribing a trip with Fables as the perfect antidote. Good idea, not a cheap fix mind you but fortunately Ron (driver and self confessed ladies man) carries a stock of those blue pills and of course I (The courier and font of all knowledge) know where the bars are........and lest we forget those beautiful places Fables visit, distinctive hotels to sleep "it" off and stylish executive coaches to take you to your favourite places. 

So for all those new customers who "we" fondly call virgins please be aware if travelling on their first outing, (you either come once or become friends for life with one of the self styled groups who make up the 200 club) please double check you fit the criteria, book your virgin ticket, have it verified by Simon and Ron and become a seasoned traveller of the 200 club. (no fee) 
March 18th - London Shows including Half A Sixpence, Phantom, shoppers (£20) and Kensington Palace drop off if required. (8 left)

April 22nd / 23rd - St. George's Weekend with English Breakfast on an Island! SOLD OUT

September 15th - 18th - Kent coast, Canterbury, wine tasting plus a Cabaret with dinner at the Smugglers Inn. (15 left)

Arriving at Broadstairs for lunchtime, this picture postcard seaside town enjoys magnificent sands and lovely cafes. Then the shortest of journeys to Pegwell Bay Hotel, a wonderful relatively newly built hotel with panoramic views of the English channel and ideally situated on the outskirts of Ramsgate. At 3pm you can check in and wander around the lovely Georgian town with a pretty marina and the only Royal Harbour in UK. With its blue flag status and golden sands, a continental style cafe culture and a town is well worth visiting which also has a market till 5pm every Friday! At 7.45pm a three course meal is included at the hotel.

Leave for Canterbury at 9.30am with the oldest Cathedral in the UK and Augustine's Abbey . For three hours you can wind away the day down different cobbled streets before visiting Margate at 2.00pm to explore the Old Town with its cobbles streets and quirky shops. (a town re-generated) or visit the Turner Gallery. Other attractions include the sandy beach and Dreamland (a historic theme park which featured in Only Foools and Horses) or visit the unusual Shell Grotto (£4). Happy to organise group bookings so please advise with booking if required. At 6.45pm we have reserved places at the Smugglers Inn in Birchlington, with tunnels below the Inn! Three course meal plus coffee with four choices per course before a wonderful cabaret in the perfect venue featuring Whitney Houston and Motown. Leave at 11.30pm and in bed before midnight!

Leave between 9.30am and 10.00am dependent on weather and tides. Arrive in historic Deal around 10.15am, truly a stunning town with Kent's only pier, plus chance to explore one of the finest Tudor artillery castles built to defend the realm with lovely individual shops, pubs and cafe's / a pleasant beach walk to Walmer. Just down the road is medieval Sandwich, a town full of history and where you can visit a "Secret Garden" or (depends on tide) take boat trip with Simon to Richbrough Castle (both attractions close to high street) and visit Guildhall museum which is only open for two hous on a Sunday afternoon. Back between 5.00pm and 6.00pm for an evening in Ramsgate on your own. The hotel has a pub across the road with music and cheaper drinks!

At 9.30am we travel for a guided tour and tastings to Chapel Down or Diddneden Vineyard near Tenterdean plus a chance to explore this historic town for lunch / shop and or visit Old Dairy Brewery and town's museum off the High Street before we move onto Fort Amherst in Chatham for an hour at 3pm to take on refreshments. Why not wander around the extensive outer fortifications. Away by 4pm and home for around 8.30pm / 9.00pm. 

Price includes three star hotel by the sea (lift) Bed and breakfast, two three course dinners, a cabaret, guided tour / wine tasting / executive coach. £265. S.S. £12 per night.

October 1st - A day out with Ron and Simon to Counties rarely visited.
This year to Stoke and Staffordshire starting with a ten minute steam train, visit to some endangeared animals and a coffee before a visit to Trentham Gardens with its 35 individual shops and garden centre. Onto the Potter's Museum and Art Gallery which "houses" a Secret Garden, a Picasso and a Spitfire as well as the bleeding obvious! Finally a pub meal of chicken or scampi in the basket orand in bed before midnight! bangers and mash with glass of wine for £42. (The first one to Lincolnshire was a fantastic success!)

November 11th / 12th - Rugby School's 450th Anniversary, Northampton Town's 12th Century market, Bletchley Park on Remembrance Sunday and possibly the most exclusive outdoor shopping retail park in the Country are the four major attractions. Add to that one of the very best Holiday Inn's with full leisure services and extensive grounds plus a race night after dinner.

Start the day in Northampton market place where not only is the famous market open but on this Saturday it also has an Antiques market. Just down the road and off the high street is the famous Chares Rennie Mackins=tosh house on 78 Dearngate or lots of shops and cafe's. At 12.15pm visit Rugby for a guided tour of its famous public school and museum dedicated to what made the town so famous! After this ninety minute tour a chance to visit the pubs, cafe's and shops in the town centre or visit the new museum World Rugby Hall of Fame. 10 minutes lates and just as it gets dark we are at the hotel where you have over two hours to relax, use the leisure facilities before a three course meal at 6pm. Once this is finished we all can enjoy a race night with 7-8 races for fun money, prizes and bragging rights.

On Sunday after a lovely late English breakfast / morning swim, arrive in time for for two minute's silence at Bletchley Park. Until recently Britain's nest kept secret, this famous location known for dechipering the enemy's secrets and changing the war / saving the lives of many. In the afternoon a visit to Bicester shopping Village with pub if required! This is the second most visited place in the UK behingd Buckingham Palace for Chines visitors as it is full of designer clothes. Finally stopping on the way home for a roast meal of the day at a pub with roaring fire. Price to include entry to Bletchley Park, guided tour of Rugby School, race night, DB & B plus executive coach is £110, S.S. £12.

Nov. 18th - London Shows plus Hyde Park Christmas Market, London Lights and shop till you drop. £21. Let us book your show of your choice for an extra £5 per ticket. Groups often save more than this!

Nov. 26th - Beverly Christmas Market and City of Culture for dinner , the market is even bigger than when we last visited 12 years ago! For three hours browse this leading Victorian market and lovely shops before travelling up the road to Hull Old Town where we are booked into the Old Customs House ideally situated to allow time for shopping / visiting famous landmarks such as Wilberforce Museum. A few minutes away are the Ye Olde Harte where they schemed to prevent King Charles entering the city and Ye Old Bull which dates back to 1729. For a change we are having an Italian dinner with minestrone soup and beef lasagne but other choices are available on request and before the day. £40 including parking, meal, executive coach, nibbles and gifts.
Fantastic Georgian town

March 17th- St. Patrick's Day celebrations in London £20. London Shows on application.

April 21st / 22nd - Mystery Weekend £110

PICK UPS: Collin Street, Nottingham, Keyworth,  Loughborough / Shepshed & Jct. 22 M1 (South /West trips only) We will consider requests for additional stops for 12 or more people!

Ring Simon on (07889) 808599 or e-mail simon@fablesevents.co.uk for more information & to RESERVE PLACES ! 



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