Movement restrictions to reduce the spread of the Covid-19 virus mean that trains and other public transport must only be used for essential journeys. Clearly it is not the time to be making leisure trips and many people are at home, including those self-isolating. So here are some puzzles and other activities to do at home.
I've compiled these anagram puzzles for you to try. Answers will be published here after Easter.
Suggestions from other websites:
Of course, you can also spend time planning future trips using this website!
For further ideas I recommend this blog which covers a good variety of topics including trips by public transport:
visitbytrain.info aims to help you plan visits by train to attractions in cities, towns, villages and the countryside. Maps show attraction locations and routes to walk, with bus services where appropriate.
Stations and attractions by county:
Bedfordshire Berkshire Buckinghamshire Cambridgeshire Cornwall Devon Dorset* East Sussex Essex* Gloucestershire Hampshire Hertfordshire Kent London Norfolk Oxfordshire Shropshire* Somerset* Suffolk Surrey Warwickshire West Midlands West Sussex Wiltshire* Worcestershire* * limited coverage
Please see below for a map of Counties in England.
Look for a type of attraction:
Queries and further information:
Allow about 5 minutes to walk each ¼ mile, the distance shown includes the grounds of the attraction. Take care walking along roads without a path: keep to the right to face oncoming traffic but cross to the outside of right-hand bends so you can see (and be seen by) approaching traffic.
MTWThFSSu for days of the week.
BH Bank Holiday (public holiday).
TI Tourist Information Centre.
NT National Trust Property.
EH English Heritage Property.
LC Level Crossing.
Counties covered on this website are highlighted.