Larkhall Town to Country Social Ride

Larkhall-Chatelherault via Country Park

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Date:

Tuesday 03 October 2017 10:00am until 1:00 pm

Price:
Free

Get tickets from:
www.cavlp.eventbrite.co.uk


Event's Address:

Larkhall Train Station Park and Ride Postcode: ML9 1DP

Qualified cycle ride leaders will guide you at a leisurely pace along an enticing trail from town to country passing spectacular new views recently opened up in Chatelherault Country Park. Finishing up for refreshments at the park's café. Optional return to Larkhall via Chatelherault train station or back along NCR74. Approximate distance: 9.8 miles return (can be reduced using Chatelherault Train Station). 

Anyone under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and those between 13 and 18 must be signed onto the ride by a parent or guardian on the day.

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