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5th January 2001 at 00:00
Teachers planning trips to Kent, Surrey or Sussex have a rich itinerary to choose from - castles, writers' homes, theme parks, cathedrals (such as at Canterbury, pictured), windmills, airports, working farms and much more. The South East England Tourist Board's Group Organisers' Guide simplifies the task by listing all the attractions and their opening times, admission charges, catering facilities and access. It also provides contact infomation for registered guides and tour operators as well as a calendar of major events. The choice between smugglers' caves and Roman villas may be problematic, but getting there will be easy.

The Group Organisers' Guide is free from South East England Tourist Board, The Old Brew House, Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN2 5TU. Tel: 01892 540766. Fax: 01892 511008. Email: enquiries@seetb.org.uk Website: www.seetb.org.uk


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