Posts Tagged: ENGLAND

Dec 14

Rugby Football Union’s travel partner England Rugby Travel

The official travel body of the Rugby Football Union England Rugby Travel is extending ticket inclusive packages which include merchandise packs, accommodation for all 48 games and access to special events being held in England and Wales next year.

Rugby World Cup will take place for more than 6 weeks between 18th September and 31st October and would see twenty teams battle it out in matches held in thirteen locations.

The England Rugby Travel would offer incentives to agents by providing a grand scale of commission payments. The company’s travel trade sales team chief Louise Lee told that their Rugby World Cup 2015 ticket inclusive travel packages offer a huge scope for high street agents and they are looking forward to working with them and harnessing the huge interest the tournament has already garnered with the general public.

Sample prices start at £479 for each person for an overnight break that includes the opening ceremony of the event at the Twickenham Stadium before the home team play their very first pool game against Fiji. On the other hand, a ‘Platinum Package’ for the final staying in London’s Dorchester hotel starts at £2869 pp.

Meanwhile, if Mastercard holders are planning to travel London on 14th and 28th Nov, then they are in luck, because they would be able to get free tuberail journey on those specific days. There is no registration procedure to go through. All the customers have to do is utilize their Mastercard to execute a contactless payment.

Jan 14

Flights called off as fog falls on England

Several flights have been called off in Heathrow and London City Airports earlier this morning because of thick fog over south west England. A Heathrow Airport spokesperson confirmed that forty outgoing and incoming flights have been called off this morning. A whole lot of flights have also been delayed.

British Airways has asked its passengers to check their website for updates throughout morning. In the London City Airport, almost each early morning flight has been as either cancelled or delayed. Among the services called off were British Airways flights to Dusseldorf, Glasgow and Zurich.

A spokesman told that because of low visibility this morning flights to/from the airport are experiencing disruptions. Passengers are requested to call their airlines for more information.
On the other hand, the weather office warned people of travel disruption. The visibility may drop less than fifty meters in many places.

Wightlink Ferries that runs in routes between the Isle of Wight and Hampshire, has also reported delays. Lara Gunn stated that a dense fog is hanging over South East and up towards Midlands region and it is anticipated to linger in the morning. Visibility will be poor in few regions and travelers must take caution.

Today’s problems in flight operations follow previous Saturday’s top disruption at all major airports after troubles at Hampshire quarters of air traffic control firm Nats.

Nov 13

Taskforce set up to fasten rail travel in England

A taskforce is being arranged to find paths to speed up railway services to the eastern part of England by as much as twenty five percent. Chancellor George Osborne stated that he wanted the travel time from Norwich to UK capital London to be cut to ninety minutes and from Ipswich to London to sixty minutes.

Currently, it takes around 2 hours from Norwich to London and around 1 hour and ten minutes from Ipswich to London. The new taskforce would be made up of Network Rail experts, Department for Transport officials as well as local MPs.

The mainline railway service goes through Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex.

Mr George Osborne, who addressed the chamber of commerce of the city, welcomed Norwich in 90 campaigns by business leaders, councils and MPs to speed up links to The England capital. His campaign targets to cut the tour time to ninety minutes to London.

According to reports, Mr Osborne told that East Anglia is one of the fastest developing regions in the nation and it is establishing itself as a world leader in manufacturing, science and technology. To support this growth they need to have efficient and modern railway services and improved connections.

He added that he is absolutely behind the region and that is t he reason why he has set up a taskforce to see how they could build on the excellent work by local MPs and set their sights on getting to Norwich in 90.

Aug 13

1940s Days Chatham, Kent, England – PART FOUR

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Oct 12

Creepy Places of New England: St. Mary’s Church

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