Saturday 17 June 1995
Red squirrels, water voles and sika deer are some of the creatures to be spotted on Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour, Dorset. The Mammal Society (0171-498 4358) is organising a five-day expedition in the country for young people aged 12 to 18. It starts on 18 August and the price of pounds 116 includes accommodation, food and insurance.
Now that the TT races are over, ferries between the mainland and the Isle of Man have plenty of room. The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company (01624 661661) is running day trips to the island from Fleetwood (pounds 26 return) and Liverpool (pounds 30). Both these routes use the high-speed SeaCat, taking as little as two hours to make the crossing.
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