day out


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day out

A trip, journey, or visit somewhere away from home for the day. I'm really looking forward to our day out at the beach on Saturday.
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Russell says: "The songs in Our Day Out - The Musical have all been forged from the language and culture of Liverpool and so it's especially pleasing to know that some of those songs may now go on to support such a vital and important charity as Liver pool Unites.
Distraught Nick, 49, recalls how Gillian, who was recovering from a back injury, had driven for the first time in six weeks as the family enjoyed a day out in the countryside.
GROUP of pensioners showed they do like to be beside the seaside when they were treated to day out at the coast by police.
A FLEET of cabs took 100 youngsters for a fun day out to the seaside.
Mrs Margaret Curtin was driving home with her three children after taking them for a day out to Perks Funfair in Youghal.
Laura Bray, aged 15, was word-perfect as outspoken schoolgirl Linda in the Willy Russell comedy Our Day Out.