Pete Honeyball: March 2021
VALE OF AYLESBURY CIRCUIT HOLIDAY 2022 ???
Website Update: 13 March 2021
"In conjunction with Richard Atkinson and Gordon McCallum (our coach driver), we have reluctantly decided to cancel our Circuit Holiday to Eastbourne in June. If we follow the guidelines in the government's roadmap then mitigation measures would have to be followed while we were away, with masks having to be worn on the coach and in the hotel, along with strict social distancing. This would not make for a relaxed and enjoyable time away together.
Gordon is refunding deposits to all 24 of us who had booked this holiday.
The good news is that Gordon has been in touch with our Hotel (the Cumberland) and they are holding Monday 6 till Friday 10 June 2022 for us. In the Autumn we will hopefully know a bit more about where we are and can set about sorting out a Circuit Holiday for next year. Keep the date free!"
Jane & Pete Honeyball
What we hope we can enjoy next year! WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER NEWS!
- Four nights in the hotel
- Breakfasts and three-course evening meals
- En-suite rooms with TV and tea and coffee-making facilities
- Bar and Lounge
- Porterage included
- Three included excursions
- Evenings of fellowship (including 2 nights' entertainment provided by the hotel)
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