My Cycle tour (Bristol to Scotland) can I stay at yours?

Thought it would be nice to let you lot know what is going on and any future plans etc.
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Post: # 126703Post MrsD'ville mkII »

The Herefordshire Marches doesn't figure heavily in that it'n'ry, but if you have to make a whopping detour you'd be welcome to come and see us!
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Post: # 126704Post gigglybug »

I hope you have a great time :cheers:
Good luck!!!!!
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Post: # 126712Post Russian Doll »

im in essex so cant help..but my daughter hannah needs to do some fundraising for brownies and she would love to help a bookshop

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Post: # 126713Post Green Aura »

Dear Andy

I've just received your email. Just replying to let you know that you would be more than welcome to stay, be fed etc.

However I must point out that you would be about 200 miles off course and much further on than you intended. :lol: :roll:
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Post: # 126718Post hedgewitch »

I will have to wait til you do a European version!
But I am dead excited for you and will be watching your progress with interest and cheering you on from the computer desk.
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Post: # 126722Post Beek »

Hi,
We're at NG23 5DF. You're very welcome to a bed/floorspace/meal anytime. Let me know if we can be of help.

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Post: # 126731Post Tigerhair »

I don't think you'll be near Ashbourne, Derbyshire, but if may be PM me soon..... Good luck! How can we donate?
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I live just outside Oxford and have a spare room if that helps. Just let me know. Shadiya

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Post: # 126739Post Shirley »

Green Aura wrote:Dear Andy

I've just received your email. Just replying to let you know that you would be more than welcome to stay, be fed etc.

However I must point out that you would be about 200 miles off course and much further on than you intended. :lol: :roll:

More than welcome to come down to Aberdeenshire and meet Andy here :-)
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Post: # 126742Post earthdragon »

Why go up the e coast to Edinburgh. A great route and far less busy would be Darlington - Corbridge (A68) - Otterburn (A68 and us) - Carter Bar (Scottish border) - Jedburgh (lovely abbey) - Edinburgh.

We'd be happy to feed / entertain/ put you up!

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Post: # 126746Post Sky »

I live near Oxford ... unfortunately it's Oxford, New Zealand :lol:

Hope the tour goes well!

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Post: # 126749Post Shirley »

earthdragon wrote:Why go up the e coast to Edinburgh. A great route and far less busy would be Darlington - Corbridge (A68) - Otterburn (A68 and us) - Carter Bar (Scottish border) - Jedburgh (lovely abbey) - Edinburgh.

We'd be happy to feed / entertain/ put you up!

John and Debs and kids and ducks and cat
Another good route - and welcome to Ish :-)
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Post: # 126764Post marshlander »

We can certainly feed you and share a couple of local ales* - and there's a granary in the barn, any help?

* Or you could sample some local Skidbrooke Cyder! :drunken:

If you come this far over maybe go to York via Humber Bridge?
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Post: # 126780Post DrSlippers »

Good luck, mind the roads!
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Post: # 126781Post Sarahcook »

Hello Bristol, this is King's Lynn calling..... over!

Hot meal, bath, sofa, maybe bed available!

I know your route doesn't go through here, but you can never tell what will happen on these journeys.

Take care, and God speed,

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