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The Inbetweeners Tour of Locations
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The Inbetweeners Tour of Locations

If you're a fan of Will, Simon, Jay and Neil then this nostalgia trip is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Your guide who is a fan of the show will take you to 15 of the key locations featured in the 3 series of the show. You will be able to get insight into making of the show and the real meaning of words such as 'clunge' and 'spooge' and other mysteries of the universe.<br><br>There will be walking as part of the tour as you explore the neighbourhood of the boys.
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Brenda P wrote a review Feb 2020
Johannesburg South, South Africa16 contributions1 helpful vote
Lovely little local craft market with Lego table etc & in summer outside inflatable to occupy the children as well as the small petting zoo. Lovely stalls inside selling local honey, cheeses, wines and delicious cakes amongst other things. Really tasty street food can be bought for lunch if you don’t want to bring a picknick which you can eat on the grassy area. Small but great. This one is on the first Sunday of the month but they do have another but don’t know which Sunday.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Cookie Dough wrote a review Aug 2019
Ickenham, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
I think this place is good if you are local already. You can browse the food stalls and enjoy eating a little variety of what you may want to try. When busy, I found the lines are too long and you do end up waiting a long time for food. Once they had already run out of something but failed to tell people in the line so I had lined up for no reason. Saying that, I went to another stall and enjoyed a tasty alternative. I found the food item I had purchase pricey (but tasty). In the Barn area they have a table of lego, face painting and hair plaiting for kids. At the back they have a small green area where kids can run around and a couple of tables. If you're lucky you can relax there. I find it quite busy, and so I couldn't spent more than about an hour there.... A nice way to kill an hour (or two) on a Sunday (if the weather is nice). The place isn't as big as I thought, in fact it is quite small....
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Date of experience: July 2019
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LondonDW83 wrote a review Jun 2018
London, United Kingdom13 contributions7 helpful votes
Lovely little market. Good choice of food to eat there. Some crafts too. Lego table indoors, Duplo rug outside. Nice friendly safe vibe. Set in a beautiful old barn.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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European1nLondon wrote a review Apr 2017
Pinner, United Kingdom386 contributions87 helpful votes
It is telling of the times we live in that DPM deserves even a mere mention on a site like TA. If you are looking to experience the real thing go elsewhere, on the continent more likely than not although Borough Market or the very top end of the Portobello Road Market deliver the real McCoy...
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Willem S wrote a review Mar 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands494 contributions42 helpful votes
We loved this small market with all kind of foody products from cupcakes, very nice Bread up to south african billtong and dry worst. It is around a nice small fountain and the coffe they is perfect! Also handcraft from local artisians can be bought
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Date of experience: March 2017
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