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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

My Life As A Tiller Girl

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TCRU8579

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

2 days

During the 1950s and 1960s the Tiller Girls established themselves as the premier dance troupe on British commercial television, being associated particularly with the iconic Sunday Night at the London Palladium.  Jackie Simmonds gives an insight into the fascinating life as a member of this all-girl dance troupe.  Her humorous after dinner talk opens the lid on the high kicks and lows of being a member of this world- famous troupe. Her finale has everyone laughing when she tries to teach the guests one of their unique routines. A great fun night!
PRICE FROM ? £139 per person
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Your Itinerary

Day 1  - From your chosen joining point your feeder vehicle will take you to your designated interchange point where your holiday begins. A morning departure, stopping for refreshments on your way to Sedgebrook Hall. 1 night with breakfast & dinner included.

After dinner this evening your entertainment begins with guest speaker Jackie Simmonds.  Hear her fascinating rendition on the highs and lows of her career with reminiscences of her  fellow dancers, directors and producers.

Day 2 - Enjoy breakfast, check out and head for Stoke Bruerne with time to stretch your legs by the canal and refreshments. Onward this afternoon to interchange. Back to top


Sedgebrook Hall, Chapel Brampton
A great destination for a country break, as it is located in the charming village of Chapel Brampton in the heart of the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside and set in 13 acres of picturesque gardens. The original manor house is a spectacular sight to see and the grounds are ideal for getting a breath of fresh air.  103 luxurious bedrooms to house its visitors - all thoughtfully furnished to create a relaxing environment. Stay connected with free WiFi, relax in front of the flat-screen TV. Back to top