The 10 most-read news stories of 2014
Date Posted: 13/01/2015
In the past year Group Leisure has posted more than 900 news stories on www.groupleisure.com for group travel organisers. But some stories have captured your imaginations more than others.
Here are the news articles that have been top of your pops in 2014.
This story broke the news about the UK tour of Dreamboats and Miniskirts, a musical that picked up where Dreamboats and Petticoats left off.
This news article revealed that group tour operator Daish’s Holidays had bagged their sixth and seventh hotels in Weymouth.
It was revealed on 29th April that the West End hit The Bodyguard was moving on from the Adelphi to embark on a UK tour.
On 20th February, we posted the news that ceramic artist Paul Cummins would be collaborating with the stage designer Tom Piper to create a field of 888,26 poppies around the Tower of London, to commemorate World War One.
Groups found out on 24th January that they could book in to take a tour of the Coronation Street set in Manchester’s Quay Street.
On 31st July we gave you the low down on a new Cox & Kings tour that took travellers around Sri Lanka.
On the morning after the awards before, we broke the news about the winners of the annual Group Leisure Awards.
This story gave readers the scoop on the stage production of To Kill a Mockingbird that was launching at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre before going on a UK tour.
In September, we broke the news that Rebekah Tailor was moving on from her role as editor of Group Leisure magazine.
This article offered up the insider info on a new guided walk company called Edinburgh Walks.