One of the most popular "physics with..." courses we offer at Surrey is Physics with Nuclear Astrophysics. It seems to capture the imagination of applicants, combining, as it does, a couple of the more fundamental areas of physics, linking them with their joint role in the creation of the elements in stars (though the course content is more than just the specialism).
We are able to offer it because of our large nuclear physics research group, which is approximately the largest in the UK, depending how you count. We do not have such a research group on the pure astro side. At least, not at the moment, but rather excitingly (for me, at least) the University has just advertised for three posts in astrophysics. I don't know many astrophysicists personally, but I'm sure there are some nice ones out there who'll I'll look forward to having as colleagues. For those that do not subscribe to THES to see the adverts, there are some details on the University's website.