Youngsters will flock to one
of the first events at a town's new community hub next month.
TheWest Orchardscar park is infamous for clogging up and causing chaos in town as shoppers flock to one
of the most central car parks in the city centre.
For more than 30 days in August and September, business leaders, politicians and camel enthusiasts flock to one
of the Middle East's largest displays of the finest camels in Saudi Arabia and the world.
Abu Dhabi: Diehard Apple fans in Abu Dhabi will all flock to one
place on Thursday evening - Yas Mall.
Something of an anti-"The Departed," the movie has an intentionally muted, '70s-style look and feel that may limit its appeal to the multiplex crowd, but adult moviegoers should flock to one
of the fall's first serious, awards-caliber attractions.
UP to 1,000 visitors are expected to flock to one
of Teesside's horticultural gems in aid of an autism charity.
A senior British police official deemed every area in the city good-to-go for UAE and GCC tourists, who flock to one
of their favourite destinations in summer, but asked them to stay vigilant and not carry large amounts of cash.
MORE than 200,000 people are expected to flock to one
of Bahrain's biggest animal shows this weekend.
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THOUSANDS of motor enthusiasts are expected to flock to one
of the country's top historic vehicle shows.
Summary: Shoppers are expected to flock to one
of Britain's busiest shopping streets again, the scene of stabbings which left a teenager dead.
DRINK-crazed teens flock to one
Magaluf bar offering a brain-busting cocktail called a Monster - served in a tub the size of two kitchen sinks.
Over the course of the festival, up to 50,000 people are expected to flock to one
of the North East's most eagerly anticipated sporting fixtures.
Mickelson is loved by the Big Apple fans anyway - as was proved by the support he got the last time the US Open was staged at Bethpage in 2002 - but this year in particular the thousands who will flock to one
of the toughest golf courses on the planet will be willing him to win like never before.
The Midlands may have been battered by rain and 60mph gusts yesterday but crowds still defied the elements to flock to one
of Birmingham's major annual events.