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pounds 3.50

you can visit the Sea Food Fair in London's Docklands today from 11am to 6pm. Apart from food stalls, there will be music, street entertainment and a funfair for children. The nearest station is West India Quay on the DLR. Call the Dock- lands Visitors' Centre on 0171 512 1111.

pounds 85

you can learn to surf on a weekend course at the Treyarnon Bay youth hostel, Cornwall this month. You must be over 16 and able to swim at least 50m. Price includes two nights' full board accommodation, equipment, demonstrations and practical tuition, plus a year's membership of the YHA (worth pounds 9.50). Call 01841 520322.

pounds 136

per person, starting 14 September, you can get four nights for the price of five in Whitby. The town has a wealth of attractions and is a starting point for moorland walking. Full board accommodation in country hotel. Call Countrywide Holidays on 0161 446 2226.

pounds 248

a party of four can have a four-night break in any of four Gran Dorado Holiday Villages in Holland this September. All have an indoor "subtropical water paradise" along with many sporting and leisure facilities. Prices include return ferry crossing as well as apartment accommodation. Call EuroVillages on 01606 734400.

pounds 319

per person, you can shop 'til you drop in New York. Includes return flights, two nights' quality hotel accommodation, maps and a visitors' guide. Extra nights cost from pounds 22 and for an extra pounds 30 transfers by stretch limousine can be arranged. Call Major Travel on 0171 393 1000.

pounds 414

you can learn to dive on an open-water course in the Red Sea. The price is per person, based on two sharing and includes flights, equipment, tuition and seven nights' B&B at the three-star Hotel Sunrise in Sharm El Maya. Call Crusader Travel on 0181 744 0474.

pounds 595

if you're single you can enjoy two weeks' on Zakynthos departing 24 September. Excursions to the Blue Caves, boat trips and tours. Entertainment at the hotel and in the tavernas and discos at Planos. Price includes flights, transfers, and half-board accommodation. Call Solos on 0181 951 2800.

pounds 635

per person, you can go on an eight-day biking holiday along the Moorish trails of Andalucia. Departing 3 October, you ride through Europe's largest oak forest, swim at deserted beaches, paddle in mountain streams and feast at local barbecues. Call Exodus on 0181 675 5550.

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