You don't take off in a charabanc at 5.30 am on a Sunday lightly.
Even so, annual leave was spreading more generally through society, as was the use of the car and other motorised forms of transport such as the charabanc .
‘Let's get the charabanc out and take the whole town to Tamworth,’ smiles Harvey.
By clever design, the same basic Sheppee body could be used as a charabanc to transport passengers or converted into a goods wagon.
This was a spontaneous movement of ordinary people, produced partly by a growing scholarly interest in astronomical associations at the site, and partly by inventions such as the bicycle and the charabanc .
They invested £200 in an ex-army charabanc that cost them a further £586 to repair and restore, which was just the start of their fleet of vehicles.
We used to have a caravan at Knott End and went there every summer in a charabanc .
Such was his befuddlement at that stage that the supporter could not trace his shoes, so rather than miss the bus to the city, he ran downstairs and jumped aboard the charabanc .
The plot centres around the annual charabanc trip to Whitby by a group of Nottinghamshire 60-year-olds.
With Jack away on one of his charabanc trips, Andy Kerr had a fit and said we should send some of the ‘boys’ round to kick in a few doors.