Bakewell Tour - The Retake - Tuesday 4th - Friday 7th May 2021

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    Let’s try this again! 2021 is hopefully the year!

    Location: Peak District
    Dates: Tuesday 4th - Friday 7th 2021

    (Note: I have copied over the information from previous thread - in case anyone new is checking this out)

    The place I’ve found is a self catering converted village pub, there are 17 bedrooms over the 4 cottages on the grounds, we have secure parking for approx. 20 cars, an outside area with enough space for 34 people along with a BBQ. They have a bar area with a pool table and darts board - I can see Crombers all over the bar already.

    The price would be 250 per room, if all 17 rooms aren’t filled then the price would go up slightly to compensate. The 250 would include a BBQ one night (the food would be provided we need to cook it lol) I’d need an non refundable deposit of 75 as we need to pay part to secure the place.

    Link to the place - https://www.peakvenues.co.uk/venues/...-harpur/#about

    The rest is to be paid no later than 12 weeks before so the remaining 175 would be need to be paid to me no later than the end of January however, I’ll accept payment of the remaining 175 at any time up to that point. I don’t want to be asking for lots of money just after Christmas so if it easier to pay in October for example I’m happy for that.

    With regards to the self catering, I’d ask for an amount (10) per person and would get bacon / sausages / rolls / fresh juices etc for the kitchen. Myself and Christina have already said we would be happy to cook the bacon and sausage rolls for breakfast and I’m sure others would help. It would be BYOB with alcohol and juice, I’ll remind you all closer to the time.

    Myself and William plan on going down at some point and working out routes etc and provide an intinary closer to the event.

    So who wants to go?

    1. William and Megan PAID IN FULL
    2. Brian and Christina PAID IN FULL
    3. Andrew PAID IN FULL
    4. Ali, Laura and Arwen PAID IN FULL
    5. Matt PAID IN FULL
    6. Crombers and Karen PAID IN FULL
    7. David and Fiona PAID IN FULL
    8. Elfman PAID IN FULL
    9. Ferg and Lou PAID IN FULL
    10. Hutch PAID IN FULL
    11. T PAID IN FULL
    12. Alistair PAID IN FULL
    13. Mom fossy PAID IN FULL
    14. James and Sharlee PAID IN FULL
    15. Rob and Christine
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    Last edited by Magoo; 17th August 2020 at 06:54 PM.
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    Well done Megan. Already looking forward to 2021
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    Thanks Megan ,I know it’s not been easy
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    Thanks for all your work with this Megan and William.
    Looking forward to 2021 :)

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    Brilliant work folks, many thanks!
    I’m definitely still in. We are going to have SUCH a good time!!!

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    Cheers for the organising


    Now how much vodka are you allowed with your cornflakes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crombers View Post
    Now how much vodka are you allowed with your cornflakes
    Well in the interests of a Healthy Heart Regime, I’m limiting it to a quarter bottle on my Sugar Puffs during Lockdown... with a pint of Buckfast.

    Seriously though, I haven’t had ANY bevvy since February! Being “Home Alone” I thought I’d give it a body swerve till I can enjoy it in some good company!

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    Well today should have been the day ....... & sadly we all ain't gonna get that euphoric NMS rush when we awaken.

    Stay safe folks & let's all look forward to happier days


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    It’s certainly a bummer not getting away for our annual trip away and I’m definitely going to miss all our laughs and carry on that we would have had but at least we’ve got next year to look forward to.
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    Definitely a bummer not getting away - especially when the weather is like this. Getting into the spirit of it at home...


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