Flower Power Trip for Group Tour Organisers

Date Added 06/07/2017

Johnsons Coach Travel treated 26 Group Tour Organisers to a familiarisation trip on Wednesday 5th July 2017, visiting the stunning confetti flower fields in Pershore, before heading to the town for lunch and then visiting Broadway in the Cotswolds for an ice-cream.

Jo Brown at Confetti Flower FieldsJo Brown, from our Group Tours team invited Group Tour Organisers to join her for a day out to discover more about organising their group tours with Johnsons. GTOs met the Johnsons coach at the depot in Henley-in-Arden at 9.30am before a scenic drive to Pershore in Worcestershire to visit the Real Flower Company Confetti Fields, to see the flower in full bloom before they are harvested for confetti.

Confetti Flower Fields Union Jack

The flower fields on the Wyke Manor Estate Farm are open every year for a few days only (this year until Sunday 9th July 2017) and it is spectacular sight and a wonderful experience to wander in amongst the flower in bloom.

After walking around the fields, the group headed to the delightful market town of Pershore for a light lunch. Situated on the River Avon, Pershore is an unspoilt picturesque market town, famed for its elegant Georgian architecture and magnificent abbey. It is renowned for its independent shops, undercover market and listed buildings.

Then Jo surprised the group with a stop at the Broadway in the heart of the Cotswolds where the group enjoyed an ice-cream. Broadway is a picture-postcard village and is a great place to explore.

The group then headed back to Johnsons in Henley-in-Arden and were thrilled with their day out.

Jo commented: “It was so lovely to catch up face to face with many of my existing Group Tour Organisers; and also meet new GTOs, as it meant I could show them first-hand what to expect when booking a group tour with Johnsons.”

If you would like Johnsons to quote for your next group tour, then please contact Jo Brown on or call 01564 797021.

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