With a host of virtual celebrations and online tours, everyone can get a taste of the action, while also thinking about where you might go on a group visit in the future.
The Lion Salt Works, Cheshire’s industrial heritage museum, has launched two new tours for groups to learn about the county’s link to cheese and how it is manufactured.
The stately home and wildlife park in Wiltshire has announced its line-up of key events taking place throughout next year, featuring a range of different festivals.
Groups are being invited to make use of an exclusive new dining package in Stratford, with a two-course lunch at Busaba before enjoying views across London at the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
Where else would you bump into Gloria Hunniford, Slipknot’s Sid Wilson and more Love Island stars than you can imagine? The grand opening of the Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus of course.
Groups visiting Birmingham this autumn can take part in a new reinterpretation of Captain Henry Morgan’s world, navigating boats to a series of indoor islands to receive rum-based rations.
To celebrate Afternoon Tea week, here are some of the tastiest places to go with your members all year-round.
Choosing where to go for the best cuisine can be tough. Here are the 10 cities with the most choice and some tasty tips on what to try in each place.
Hard Rock International has opened its doors to a new cafe spanning two floors and 1,900 square metres in Piccadilly Circus’ Criterion Building
Elizabeth Hill, former cast member of West End show Harry Potter & The Cursed Child, will join the cast of A Right Royale Tea in the lead role of Lady Right from 21st July.
The new wine shop at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire offers a range of Rothschild wines and can be visited as part of a groups’ wine Cellar tour.
Hard Rock Cafe London has become the first location to debut the brand’s new menu, its most extensive yet with more than 20 new additions.
The new and hotly anticipated hotel and restaurant is to welcome guests and diners very soon.
A new gin festival will debut in Scotland this summer in the heart of the country’s malt whisky-producing region.
If your group members have got a thirst for cocktails served with a twist of 1920’s mystique then seek out, in every sense, the newly-opened Gobpsy during your next visit to London.
The palace will be the location of new informative evenings that will take place on selected dates throughout the year.
We take a look at some top whisky themed experiences for groups exploring Scotland.
If you’re organising a short break or holiday for a ladies-only group, here’s ten group travel ideas to cater for all ages and interests.
Having opened in London last year, further tickets have now been released for lunch and evening performances until April 2019.
An experience all foodies must have, says Laura Sexton following Group Leisure’s latest Reader Club trip to Melton Mowbray and the surrounding area.
Hard Rock International has announced plans to open a new flagship cafe in London’s Piccadilly Circus in 2019.
People who go on cruises value the quality of the food and drink above anything else, according to ABTA’s Holiday Habits report.
Top foodie experiences, from sausage making workshops to food festivals, for groups to tuck into.
Groups will be able to sample local delicacies as part of its 20 new onshore food and wine excursions.
A dining experience, combined with the theatricals of the show Mamma Mia!, will be opening at The O2, London next spring.
It has been a 17-year labour of love, but Ursula Cholmeley’s restoration work on Lincolnshire’s ‘lost’ gardens is finally paying dividends.
A family-run hotel has launched ‘dinner cruises’ on the Leeds to Liverpool canal following a successful trial.
New walking tours of Oxford’s watering holes will offer an insight into the city’s drinking traditions from medieval to modern times.
The halls of Rochester Cathedral will celebrate English wine this autumn, with a festival reviving a 1,000-year-old tradition started by monks.
Visitors are now able to book tours of Cornwall's first gin and vodka distillery to learn about the process, “from plough to bottle”.
Ahead of World Chocolate Day on 7th July, we put together some ideas for planning a delicious day out.
Here’s a look at some superb spots to lay down a blanket and crack open the ham sandwiches with friends.
Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery in Perthshire has launched an indulgent Whisky and Chocolate Tasting Tour that groups can book privately.
Hencote Vineyard Estate is expanding its offering with wine tours and experiences, and a new restaurant.
The Royal Horticultural Society is offering delicious picnics and cream teas at special rates for groups across its gardens this summer.
Foodie event, Feast at the Tower, run by River Street Events, will be held at the Tower of London this September.
Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire has rounded up some of its autumn highlights for group visitors.
Hull is seeing a major increase in its food and drink scene, with dedicated nights for visitors to enjoy local produce.
Break up a trip to London with a meal at one of these group-friendly restaurants, each with its own distinct character.
Blists Hill has revealed dates for two Very Victorian festive weekends this December.
A meal at 20 Stories is worth a visit to Manchester in itself, but it easily ties into a beefier itinerary.
To celebrate National Tea Day on 21st April, we’ve rounded up six interesting tea experiences that you and your group will love, from tours to tea parties.
The new facility, which can cater for up 420 people inside at any one time, has now opened to the public at Longleat in Wiltshire.
Taste Break holidays will offer tailor-made short jaunts to some of Europe’s most enticing foodie cities.
Today marks the end of Lent and to celebrate we’ve rounded up some group trip ideas that are all about indulgence.
The annual show will return for its 60th year at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern this year.
Mill Rythe Holiday Village on Hayling Island is launching a series of Christmas lunches dedicated to group organisers, after trialling them during last year’s festive season.
The Sculpture Gallery at Woburn Abbey and Gardens will be celebrating Afternoon Tea Week with a special group offering.
The first Sky Dining evenings at British Airways i360 will take place in April and May, offering a three course meal with views over Brighton and Hove.
To mark St David’s Day this week we’ve highlighted some of the top foodie experiences for groups in Wales.
Twilight at Burghley, running from 3rd to 6th October, will return for the second time this autumn, with the introduction of new ‘Twilight Suppers’ for groups.