Thursday 24th September
Arrivals to Manchester, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford or Humberside Airport. Hull Ferry Port or York/Hull Train Station
Reception at the art deco 1930's Expanse Hotel, North Marine Drive, Bridlington
Friday 25th September
AM - John Bull Rock Factory
Touch and experience manufacturing for yourself as you make your own stick of rock.
Hear the history of the area’s premier confectioners as told by John Bull’s ancestor.
Smell an assortment of tantalizing aromas whilst our products are being made, in particular our irresistible Belgian chocolates and mouth watering Yorkshire biscuits.
See and learn the secrets of rock and chocolate production unfold before your very eyes! Taste our delicious range of products at the World of Rock.
Choose a gift for your friends (or yourself!) from our extensive range in the factory shop and visit our
PM - Spirit of Yorkshire Brewery Tour
Creating Yorkshire’s first single malt whisky, but for us it’s about doing things properly. That’s why we’re obsessed with every step of the distilling process, from grain to glass. Mentored by renowned whisky expert Dr. Jim Swan, our instinctive approach is to create a whisky that doesn’t just replicate Scotch. That doesn’t mean we rely on blind luck – we take the best of tradition and apply new thinking to create something unique.
Locally and sustainably produced, all the barley and spring water we use is grown and sourced here, on our family farm. These are the same ingredients that go into the Great Taste Award-winning beers at our sister company, the Wold Top Brewery.
EVENING - Nautical Themed Cabaret Evening
(to be confirmed)
Saturday 26th September
AM - INM2020 Meeting at The Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club
Ladies Traditional Sword Dance at Flamborough
Boxing Day is when the Flamborough Sword Dancers perform around their home village to the local community.
With origins in the local fishing community, the team are very well established and wear appropriate dark blue fishermens jerseys with white trousers- even some of the dance moves are said to be derived from threading actions used when making and reparing their fishing nets.
PM - Lunch by Marston's Crackling Hog then a tour of Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens
Built between 1598 and 1610 by Sir Henry Griffith, Burton Agnes Hall is an Elizabethan stately home that has stayed within our family for more than four hundred years.
Fifteen generations have filled the Hall with treasures, from magnificent carvings commissioned when the Hall was built to French Impressionist paintings, contemporary furniture, tapestries and other modern artwork in recent years.
Simon Jenkins, author of England's Thousand Best Houses, described Burton Agnes Hall as ‘the perfect English house’ and as one of the twenty best English houses alongside Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace and Chatsworth House.
The charm of the house is that it is a loved and lived in home. We hope that you will join us in spending many enjoyable hours here.
Evening - Formal Dinner at Burton Ages Hall
Sunday 27th September
AM - Breakfast with host then depart to the historical viking city of York
YORK - AT A GLANCE
Like stepping back into the middle ages, the overhanging timber-framed houses and traditional shopfronts of The Shambles makes it one of the UK’s most historic (and picturesque) streets.
You can’t miss York Minster, one of the largest cathedrals in Northern Europe and also one of the most beautiful gothic cathedrals in the world.
York – then called Jorvik – was once the capital of a Viking territory. You can head back in time to learn more and experience the sights, sounds and smells of the time at the immersive Jorvik Viking Centre.
Uncover 300 years of railway history, climb aboard restored locomotives and browse some of the 1 million train-related artefacts at the National Railway Museum.
The surrounding area is packed with unique attractions. Explore Castle Howard, one of England’s most impressive stately homes, or marvel at the weird and wonderful Brimham Rocks, an amazing collection of wind-weathered rock formations.
AM/PM - Shopping and tourist attractions of York
Evening - River Cruise and Food
Monday 28th September
AM - Stonemasons tour of York Minister
Locomotive Steam Train to Whitby to include traditional British cream tea
Sit back, relax and enjoy the enchanting North York Moors National Park with friends as you experience an unforgettable afternoon tea on board the Pullman Dining Train or heritage saloon carriages.
With years of catering experience behind us, we pride ourselves on offering the highest quality of service.
Experience seasonal menus featuring the best locally sourced food and drink, as you travel on a journey through the heart of our wonderful countryside.
PM - Tour Whitby with Traditional Fish & Chips or Whitby Scampi
Whitby is a seaside town in Yorkshire, northern England, split by the River Esk. On the East Cliff, overlooking the North Sea, the ruined Gothic Whitby Abbey was Bram Stoker’s inspiration for “Dracula”.
Nearby is the Church of St. Mary, reached by 199 steps.
The Captain Cook Memorial Museum, in the house where Cook once lived, displays paintings and maps. West of town is West Cliff Beach, lined with beach huts.
Tour of the Abbey and finish at the newly open Micro Brewery at the top of the cliffs (Highly Recommend)
Whitby Abbey has been inspiring visitors for nearly 1500 years – now it’s your turn.
Follow in the footsteps of artists, writers and religious leaders to explore the soaring gothic ruins and to take in the stunning sea views.
This year, there's more to see at Whitby Abbey than ever before.
You can uncover centuries of history with the new interactive guide, and visit the revamped museum to find out more about how the abbey inspired Caedmon, the first named English poet, and Bram Stoker, the author of 'Dracula'.
The entrance to the abbey is fully accessible, and you’ll find improved facilities in the visitor center, including a bigger shop.
Evening - Depart Whitby for a farewell event at the Hilton in York
Or if you would like to stay longer the B41 Club has arranged a fantastic tour which you can read below....
The B41 Add On Tour:
Itinerary International Trip September 2020
Tuesday 29th September
Stonemasons tour around York Minster
Beamish Museum and Lunch
Beamish is a world famous open air museum, telling the story of life in North East England
during the 1820s, 1900s & 1940s.
Travel up to Scotland.
Overnight in Edinburgh area
Wednesday 30th September
Tour round the famous Rosslyn Chapel
Rosslyn Chapel, dates back to 1446, is just seven miles from Edinburgh city centre. The
Chapels setting and the mysterious symbolism of its ornate stonework have attracted and
intrigued visitors for generations.
A starring role in The Da Vinci Code propelled it into the
international spotlight. There are countless theories, myths and legends associated with the
Chapel and the tour guides will be able to tell you more about these, and the buildings
history, when you visit.
Rest of day free to explore the wonders of Edinburgh
Overnight in Edinburgh area, with Scottish Themed Night
Thursday 1st October
Visit to Gretna Green – with The Taste of Scotland Tour
Famous for it’s weddings, the Blacksmiths, we will undertake the ultimate Scottish tasting
experience. & The Taste of Scotland & tour is a must. Combining 6 traditional Scottish drinks
with 6 traditional Scottish foods, this unique culinary experience will tantalise the tastebuds.
Afterwards, you can buy all of the products tasted, from the Foodhall; to enjoy for many
more & 'drams' in the future.
Hadrians Wall – Vindolanda Roman Army Museum
The Roman Army Museum, which is situated next to one of the most complete sections of
Hadrian’s Wall, uses stunning real 3D technology in a specially designed film theatre and
interactive displays enable visitors to understand what life was like for soldiers on this
Overnight in Carlisle
Friday 2nd October
Ullswater Steamer Trip
One hour cruise on Ullswater Lake from Pooley Bridge to Glenridding
Beatrix Potter World Trip
Overnight in Manchester – Hotel Football next to Old Trafford
Saturday 3rd October
Farewell Breakfast at Hotel