Planning some trips? - then take a few tips

26th September 2003 at 01:00
Whether you're planning a five-day tour of the battlefields of northern France or an afternoon at the local children's theatre, Tips for Trips has some helpful advice for you. It's a 100-page book written in a sprightly and accessible style. Starting with the legal context of risks and responsibilities, it also tackles the problems of planning and promoting a successful event. There are checklists of potential problems, with adults as well as children in the frame. Special diets, coach parks and unfamiliar toilets all play their part.

Tips for Trips by Andy Leeder costs pound;4.99 and is published as part of the Classmates series by The Continuum International Publishing Group, The Tower Building, 11 York Road, London SE1 7NX. Tel 020 7922 0880; Fax: 020 7922 0881;

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