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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A huge TV hit when it was originally written in 1976 and later turned into a popular stage play, Our Day Out has been reworked by Russell and his team with a refreshed script and new songs.
IF you're being treated to a day out or Sunday lunch in a stylish venue on Mother's Day then you will need to look S the part.
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.