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Enjoy an exciting day at the races this Easter Bank Holiday at Castle Coombe Circuit
Visit the LCFA Day at the Races website for all-inclusive tax deductible tickets and details: http://www.
A HUDDERSFIELD company celebrated 25 years in business with a cake and a day at the races.
ROYAL ASCOT galloped to Coventry as a Bubbenhall pub went all posh for a day at the races.
FORMER Reds stars Steve McManaman and Robbie Fowler enjoyed their day at the races -even though their horses were not winners.
A Day at the Races," "A Night at the Opera," "Room Service,"
The North East Chamber of Commerce (NECC) is offering its members the opportunity to join fellow members for A Day at the Races in June as it seeks to provide more networking events to members in 2010.
In today's multi-faceted world, guests who may not be overly interested in usual hospitality events such as golf and football, always enjoy a day at the races, whether they are a follower or not.