The events are organised by LANDOR TRAVEL PUBLICATIONS
on behalf of the


Abacus Hotels, Alnwick Castle, Bamburgh Castle, Beamish, Black Knight Historical,
Blenheim Palace, Boundary Mill Stores, Burnby Hall, Castle Howard, Discover Durham,
Enjoy Northumberland, Fairfax House, First Travel Solutions, Ford & Etal Estates,
Foulridge Canal Cruises, Golden Compass, GTOA, Group Travel Organiser magazine,
Greatdays Travel Group, Harrogate Flower Show, Kirkgate Market Leeds,
Landor Travel Publications, Lightwater Valley, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral,
Lotherton Hall, Marks and Spencer Archive, Melton Promotions,
Merchant Adventurers Hall, Mersey Ferries, National Coal Mining Museum for England,
Newby Hall, North East England, Quilt Museum, Ramada Encore Gateshead,
Ribble Valley Tourism, Ripley Castle, Scampston Walled Garden, Southport Tourism,
Thackray Medical Museum, The Alnwick Garden, The Hepworth Wakefield,
Theatrical Adventures, Tom Keeting, Vindolanda & The Roman Army Museum,
Visit York, Waddesdon Manor, York Chocolate Story, York Tucked Away Treasures,
York Minster, Yorkshire Agricultural Society, Yorkshire’s Great Castles Houses and Gardens
Yorkshire’s Magnificent Attractions 
and Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Here’s what exhibitors and visitors had to say about the 2013 show at
The National Coal Mining Museum for England
in Overton, West Yorkshire:

“The exhibitors were very enthusiastic and helpful, and we got quite a few ideas for trips.
We even made a booking directly from the show”

KEITH JORDAN National Grid Retirees Association, Lincoln

“The show worked very well, and it would be wrong if we weren’t there.
Certainly from the enquiries we have had and the general response to being there,
it was very much justified that we had a presence.”


“TES was very good, very interesting, and gives you lots of information
on what to see and do with your group that you don’t normally get.”

DEANNA WALKER Royston History Group, Hertfordshire

“TES was a good show, well attended and it generated a great deal of interest.
We’ve already had enquiries from groups!”

MICHAELA DOBSON Fairfax House, York

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