Nottingham, Wednesday 17th July
Nottingham’s compact city centre, pedestrianised streets and tram system make it easy to get around.
Firstly, you’ll find caves dating back to Anglo Saxon times underneath the city centre – you’ll be able to find out more at Nottingham Castle. The lace Market area is a busy and popular centre of style with some of the city’s best bars and restaurants hidden along cobbled streets and there’s the Galleries of Justice Museum which gives a tour of crime and punishment through the ages.
Cost £15.50 per person
We will have pick up points at Wolverhampton Bus Station, Beacon Centre and Dudley Bus Station.
If you wish to attend what promises to be a great day out please contact me to book your place.
Community Support Officer | Beacon Centre for the Blind
Wolverhampton Road East, Wolverhampton, WV4 6AZ.
T: 01902 880111 |D: 01902 880111 | W: www.beacon4blind.co.uk