Coffee stop: Garstang Arts
Tea stop: Pudding House
Ride Leader: Jim Gardner
I plan to start off from the Boot & Shoe with whoever is there at 5.30pm, ride over the tops on Postern Gate Road and Quernmore Road to descend into Caton. But I will then get the ride to go to Crook O'Lune where we will meet any who would like to join us before riding together to the Tatham Bridge Inn via the cycle path and Wray.
I reckon to get to the Crook O'Lune car park for about 6.10pm and to the Inn at Tatham Bridge for about 7.15pm. Do let me know if you are coming and want to eat at the Inn so I can warn them of numbers. And do bring lights!
Meet at The Boot and Shoe (if riding) at 10.45am or at Bridge 64 Cafe, Garstang at 11.45 am if using transport (check out the cafe's Facebook page).
Very reasonably priced, good quality lunches available (If we are there before midday we can still have the superb breakfast deals eg Sausage, bacon and egg bun £3.75!) followed by a one hour card making session organised by Anne (cost £3 to make three cards - examples below). The use of the cafe is on the understanding that we buy lunch there first.
Numbers will be limited to 10 due to the available space. All are welcome but it is essential to let Anne Hutchinson know if you are coming so that she can prepare for the class - numbers are limited to 10 so book with her now!
Thursday ride 24th May –two choices.
Thursday's ride starts at Millennium Bridge at 9:15, the shorter ride going, via Middleton and Heysham, to Bay View cafe at Bolton le Sands for coffee.
This Gentler paced ride will then continue to Bentham, going via Wray and Wennington. It will return via Millhouses to Wray for tea.
For those who wish for a harder ride, Neil has kindly offered to lead the following additional harder ride:
Again starting at 9:15 from Millenium Bridge.:
Coffee Bay View ( to link with gentle ride) Lunch Casterton Golf Club Tea Bridge House Wray (optional).
Neil's route to Bay View will be through Halton, (Arrow Lane) to Nether Kellet, Over Kellet, Warton, Bolton Le Sands.
The route to Casterton will include Nether Kellet, Over Kellet, Capernwray, Docker, Newton, Whittington, K.L., Casterton.
Return via Roman Road, Overtown, Tunstall, Wrayton, Wennington, Wray.
Hope to see you there! Mike Codd - Rides co-ordinator (and Gentle ride leader).
Sunday Club Ride
Coffee stop: Fairfield Mill, Sedburgh
Tea stop: Sedbergh/Barbon?
Ride Leader: Dave Hugill
Note: picnic lunch
Meet at the Millennium Bridge at 5.30pm for an evening ride to the Royal Hotel, Heysham organised by Roy Layfield, planning to arrive at 7.30pm.
Start from Wray Village Hall at 9am