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    Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

    Posted by Curious Hatter. on 27/5/2024, 16:52:02

    I know people go to the coast on bank holidays, but do pubs/work places still organise a coach to the seaside?
    I haven’t heard of any for years.
    Times change,I know, but it was a great tradition.

      Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

      Posted by Northern lad on 28/5/2024, 12:04:02, in reply to "Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"

      Preferred the Dandy myself.

        Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

        Posted by jimmyp on 27/5/2024, 20:30:39, in reply to "Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"

        Beano's what?

        Cheers, Jim

          Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

          Posted by The Outsider on 27/5/2024, 18:32:15, in reply to "Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"

          Maulden Walking Football team had a "jolly" to the seaside last year, I believe.

          Until fairly recently, the Bobbers Club (not the travel club) ran a coach trip to the seaside for its members every year.

            Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

            Posted by Madpig on 27/5/2024, 17:55:15, in reply to "Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"

            Dart's team outing to Sarfend, 1970's

              Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

              Posted by Ronnies Finger on 27/5/2024, 17:50:08, in reply to "Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"

              I used to work at White Crescent Press, for a couple a years, we went on two (1999 and 2000) the RAC Club in London, and then a day at Whipsnade , for families.
              A Printers day out was called a “ Wayzgoose “but basically a Beano.

              Haven’t really been aware of any sort since those times..

                Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

                Posted by AI Bot on 27/5/2024, 19:01:54, in reply to "Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"

                Did you know someone with initials MB (Luton supporter) who moved to North Yorkshire? Just out of curiosity.

                Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

                Posted by Bob the Builder on 27/5/2024, 17:49:46, in reply to "Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"


                Great Yarmouth was always full of Luton on Bank hols in the 80/90s. It was probably more smaller groups making their way over and then meeting up with mates/colleagues when you got there.

                Don't ever recall anyone going as a coachload from local pubs, but maybe happened from social clubs.

                Big Luton games you'd get coaches running from certain pubs, but that was just hiring a coach for the day rather than a weekend.

                  Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’

                  Posted by Bob Morton on 28/5/2024, 10:16:32, in reply to "Re: Do people still go on ‘Beano’s’"

                  I recall the barrels did a beano to Margate a few years ago but yes, sadly a dying tradition.

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