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32 Travel Coach Tours & Excursions


Coach travel has changed enormously over the years and gone are the days of stuffy or cold, uncomfortable vehicles. Roadmark Travel, based in Storrington have the latest Mercedes coaches which offer year-round comfort and clear uninterrupted views from the panoramic windows. There are even WC facilities! Safety is paramount and antilock braking and stability control systems are standard.


Here are just a few of the advantages of coach travel:


* Environmentally green * Comfortable and safe * Sociable and friendly * Convenient pick-up points * Taxi pick-up on holidays * No feeder coaches * No parking worries & no expensive fuel to buy


Did you know that almost seven million people chose to holiday by coach last year and thirty-six million day trips were undertaken across the country?


As well as an extensive programme of days out, Roadmark also offer great value UK and continental holidays, most of which are fully


Prize winner, Kay Haysom, receiving her voucher for a scenic flight for two at Shoreham Airport from David Coster owner of Roadmark Travel. Kay won a "Lucky Booking Number" competition in the Roadmark Spring/Summer 2011 brochure.


SUSSEX LOCAL


inclusive of door-to-door pick up (within 15 miles of Horsham and Storrington) and excursions.


No matter what time of the year it is, you can be sure of a warm welcome from your experienced driver and an enjoyable day out or holiday in comfort and good company. Telephone Roadmark on 01903 741233 for free brochures or visit www.roadmarktravel.co.uk


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