Independent trips

Bramley Elderly Action organises regular day trips for members to places of interest including rural villages, fairs, museums, lunches and shopping centres. BEA members at the Kettlewell Scarecrow Festival

The trips help people get together, keep active and above all have a good day out.

These monthly trips are open to all members who can be out for a half or full day without extra support, or can bring a companion to support them. We include local outings, popular food trips and occasional longer days to locations further away, such as a Summer trips to the seaside. Get in touch with any suggestions for trips.

“What a terrific opportunity for members to get out and about” Dora

We also organise shorter extra care trips, for people who need more support, and run regular shopping trips and Showtime visits to live performances.

Forthcoming independent day trips

The Manor Golf Club logoManor Golf Club Christmas meal – Monday 18 December – £22.50 
Our Christmas visit to the Manor Golf club for a truly festive gathering of friends and neighbours.

 

 

Millstones logoMillstones – Tuesday 9 January – £28.50 
A shared trip with our friends at OWLS. Come and enjoy a lovely meal and dance or sing the afternoon away with the resident entertainer and DJ. (Meal choices on reply form.)

 

 

Emmerdale studio, Woolpack lunchThe Woolpack in Esholt – Wednesday 21 February – £36.00 
Step inside Yorkshire’s favourite soap – sit on the sofa at the Dingles, and see the full set on this fantastic tour of all the Emmerdale treasures, then head to the real Woolpack in Esholt for a buffet lunch. By ‘eck, it’ll be grand!

 

Chorley MarketChorley Market and Botany Bay Mill – Tuesday 20 March – £11.00 
Market or Mill, which will it be? Traditional bargains are up for grabs at Chorley’s street market, or take cover under the 4 floors of mill temptations at Botany Bay, with café and Penny Arcade on site. Something for everyone.

 

Beamish MuseumBeamish, the living museum – Monday 23 April – £22.00 
Visit the world famous Beamish open air museum, with costumed staff, trams and replica buildings. You’ll be transported to a fully working attraction set in the early part of the 20th century. Enjoy a spectacular day out at a museum like no other.

 

Book your trips

You can book your chosen trips on the form that comes with the quarterly newsletter, or you can download a BEA Trip Booking Form.

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