Excursions 2007

Calling anybody in the town who organising outings. I am organising the usual coach to Alexander Palace for Excursions 2007 on Saturday January 13; if interested, please contact Rose Hall on 01438 356963. Stevenage CTC: Lots of opportunities to get on you

Calling anybody in the town who organising outings. I am organising the usual coach to Alexander Palace for Excursions 2007 on Saturday January 13; if interested, please contact Rose Hall on 01438 356963.

Stevenage CTC: Lots of opportunities to get on your bike in the run up to Christmas and beyond. CTC have organised a programme of rides for the festive season. Saturday - A gentle afternoon ride, meet at Costello's Café, Sailing Centre, Fairlands Valley Park for a 1pm start; ideal for newcomers. The cyclists' Christmas lunch on Sunday is fully booked with fifty expected but you can join the ride, meet at Costello's at 10am and expect to cycle 28 miles to Offley and back. Santa's Cycles are in town on Wednesday evening December 20. Great fun this ride with cycling Santa's with decorated bikes and other fancy dress. Meet near the war memorial in Old Stevenage for a 7.15pm start. Lights essential, sense of humour desirable and includes a refreshment break in the Hermit of Redcoats. Assault on the pudding begins on Boxing Day with a meandering ride from Old Stevenage to Baldock and back. Meet near the war memorial at 10am and back for a late lunch. A winter wander evening ride on Wednesday, December 27; meet Jim Brown near the war memorial, Old Stevenage for a 7.15pm start. Meander round the lanes with a short break in a country pub, back about 10pm, lights essential. Start the New Year with the ride on January 1; meet in Old Stevenage at 10.30am for a cycle cruise with refreshment break in Codicote. All rides over Christmas and New Year are free and not of too demanding. You will be very welcome; under 18's should bring an adult. For information www.stevenagectc.info; Call Tina on 01438 235881 or Jim on 01438 354505 email jim.brown@2ctc.freeserve.co.uk


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