D-Day Landings South Coast UK

On the 6th June 1944, Allied Troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to establish a foothold in France, this was the turning point of the Second World War in the West. D-Day was a remarkable achievement, involving nearly 7,000 naval vessels and over 150,000 Allied troops, it was the start of the destruction of the […]

Ypres and Christmas Markets Tour

History, culture, personal enrichment – just some of the things that young people deserve to experience as they grow up, but fitting all of this in can sometimes be difficult, especially for schools. That is why we have designed a trip that encapsulates all of this but doesn’t break the bank for your students.  Not […]

Christmas Markets and Battlefields

History, culture, personal enrichment – just some of the things that young people deserve to experience as they grow up, but fitting all of this in can sometimes be difficult, especially for schools. That is why we have designed a trip that encapsulates all of this but doesn’t break the bank for your students. Just […]

Normandy Cultural History Tour

Get the most out of a school trip by helping students to discover History and culture in one trip. Visit Normandy in Northern France where schools have an opportunity to explore a huge variety of cultural and historical sites, all within easy travelling distance of the UK.  Explore some of the medieval towns such as […]

Ypres History Tour

For four long years, Flanders Fields was the scene that epitomised the horrors of the Great War. Four major battles were fought here and more than 250,000 British and Commonwealth soldiers gave their lives. The landscape of the region still has many tales to tell allowing you to discover the stories, tragedy and bravery of […]

History Tour The Somme

The battle started on the 1st July 1916 and by the end of the day, the British had suffered 60,000 casualties, of whom approx. 20,000 were dead. Site of one of the largest battles of the Great War, it was not the decisive breakthrough it was intended to be and for many this is the […]

History on the Western Front

The Western Front stretched all the way from the North Sea coast of Belgium to the Swiss border, covering over 400 miles. During our tour we can help you explore many of the key issues that affected those serving there as well as the key battles which took place along this front line. We can […]

Diversity on the Western Front

The First World War brought together many soldiers from across the world, in particular those from the Empire countries. Into these stretches of trenches came over two and a half million men from the far-flung corners of the globe including India, The Caribbean, South Africa, Canada, Newfoundland, Australia and New Zealand, some came as volunteers […]

20th Century History Tour Normandy

On the 6th June 1944 Allied Troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to establish a foothold in France, this was the turning point of the Second World War in the West. D-Day was a remarkable achievement, involving nearly 7,000 naval vessels and over 150,000 Allied troops, it was the start of the destruction of the […]

Surgery & Treatment on the Western Front

The First World War acted as a catalyst for technological changes. It led to innovation and advancements, even if some of these changes were morally questionable. Both sides deployed new methods of fighting, including poison gas, flamethrowers and tanks, how the resulting injuries were treated had to evolve with the utmost urgency and behind the […]