Find your perfect holiday this weekend at Whittlesey Travel’s Greater Peterborough Holiday Show

11:12 25 January 2013

Greater Peterborough Holiday Show held at the Ivy Leaf Club in Whittlesey. Sarah Langford, director of Whittlesey Travel.

Greater Peterborough Holiday Show held at the Ivy Leaf Club in Whittlesey. Sarah Langford, director of Whittlesey Travel.

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INFORMATION about everything from luxury holidays, skiing and cruising, to escorted tours and UK breaks and coach tours will be available at the Greater Peterborough Holiday Show, which takes place tomorrow at the Ivy Leaf Club in Whittlesey.

A wide variety of tour operators are present to give specialist advice, and a steel band will entertain visitors. Refreshments will be available throughout the show, which runs from 10am-3pm.

Independent travel specialists Whittlesey Travel has organised the show, with staff on hand to give visitors some exciting ideas and suggestions for that extra special holiday.

A large variety of holiday operators will also be present, with representatives on hand from Travelsphere, Cruise & Maritime Voyages/Swan Hellenic and Hebridean Cruises, Beachcomber, Club Med, Classic Collection, Shearings, Funway, Cosmos, Wendy Wu, Titan, Shaws Coaches, Superbreak, Sandals, Kuoni, Carrier, Do Something Different, Gold Medal Travel & Cresta, Travel Indochina, Anatolian Sky and Great Rail Journeys.

Further information can be obtained from Whittlesey Travel on 01733 203680. Alternatively, e-mail info@whittleseytravel.com or visit www.whittleseytravel.com

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