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French Adventure for Suffolk Norse

November 2017

Suffolk Norse’s coach driver Paul Davey took the Rotary Club of Ipswich on a four-day trip to France that raised €2000 to fund entertainment for children in hospital.

 

The medieval themed weekend saw Paul driving the Rotary Club to France via P&O Ferries and then, over the course of the weekend, taking the group to a guided tour of Chateau d’Hardelot, a Mediaeval banquet, a cheese and cider producing farm and other tourist sites before bringing them back to England via Eurotunnel.

 

Paul speaks a little French and was assisted by a guide who joined the group for the duration of the tour.

 

“Work such as this shows that Suffolk Norse does much more than just local daytrips,” Suffolk Norse Operations Manager Michael Davis said.  “We are able to take groups abroard and provide them with transport for the duration of their time away, providing them with their own bespoke holiday.”