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AMC Carole King

Due to a cancellation, there is now one ticket available for this Thursday's (19 May) coach trip to see 'Beautiful — The Carole King Musical' in London.The complete cost of the trip is £46.50. This includes a half-price discounted ticket in the stalls, transport from Wendover or Aylesbury (Bedgrove) and return plus driver's tip. If you are interested, please contact Pauline on 01296 484940.
Please remember the coach will leave from the layby on the main road by Bedgrove (outside Sainsburys) at 4.55pm and will then follow through to the pick up in Wendover by Castle Park. There is plenty of parking in the roads around, but remember at Bedgrove not to use the car park unless you want to be charged for parking after 2 hours! For more information on AMC & Friends' Coach Trips or to be informed of future events, click here.

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