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liers’ training sessions 5 6


5. GIVING IT SOME LIP: Rachel Greenough, Global Travel Group; Freya McCann, SuperBreak; and Marie Vaughn, Co-operative Personal Travel Advisors, get musical in SuperBreak’s lip sync challenge.


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6. TEACHER’S PETS: Hoseasons’ Sarah Smith (left) educates agents on the operator’s pet-friendly breaks. Smith is pictured with Jorge Quibell, Thomas Cook; Colin Curtis, Co-operative Travel; Tom Kent, Thomas Cook and Michelle Royles, Independent Travel Experts.


7. PULLING POWER: Great Rail Journeys puts agents to the test with an archery challenge. From left: Angela Lucas, Holiday Getaway; Stef Trevett, Baileys Travel; Emma Foy, Travel By Inspire; and Paul McMahon of Holiday Getaway.


8. ON THE MAP: Joanna Doole, Tui, and Paula Kennerley, Travel By Inspire, enjoy an activity with Shearings Holidays.


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9. OFF TO THE ISLANDS: Wendy Pedder of Airways Holidays (centre) puts agents’ knowledge of the Channel Islands to the test. Pedder is pictured with Thomas Cook’s Rachel Holland-Pemble (left) and Cindy Rogers, Grimsby Travel.


10. TESTING THE TERRAIN: Chris Cooper and Liz Shaw, both Thomas Cook; Sindy Christie, Future Travel; and Charlotte Gallop, Travel Counsellors, test their knowledge in Visit England’s geography quiz.


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