20s & 30s Day Out : Bike Trip in the Peak District

Come and join people in their 20s and 30s for a day cycling along the Manifold Valley Trail, a beautiful, safe and easy cycle route in the Peak District about an hour and a half away from Harborne. Bring your own bikes or hire whatever you might need!

  • Saturday 27 April
  • All day
  • Old Station Car Park, Waterhouses, Staffs

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Where to meet?
At The Old Station car park, Waterhouses, Staffordshire ST10 3EG at 10.30am for 11am departure.

Cycle to Wetton Mill Café for lunch at 1pm http://www.derbyshire-peakdistrict.co.uk/wettonmill.htm  (stopping to climb up to Thor’s Cave if you wish). Bring a picnic lunch to eat by the river; bring food to share and/or purchase snacks and drinks at the Café. After lunch, cycle to the end of the trail at Hulme End and then back to your car. There is another tea shop stop on the cycle home for those who wish. 
There are also plenty of more challenging cycling options on quiet roads for the more energetic.

Bike hire
To hire a bike call the nearby Brown End Farm Cycle Hire; Waterhouses ST10 3JR  Phone: 01538 308313 (booking in advance recommended) http://www.manifoldcycling-brownendfarm.co.uk/ch_main.html – there is free parking here for those hiring bikes.

Manifold Trail map: http://pdnpa.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=4c9c30b0a86244f99135d5f4240497b0&entry=2

More details
For further information (or if you need transport) contact Joy on joyallan@stjohnsharborne.org or 0121 427 4601

27th Mar 2019 Posted in: News by Fran Varley 0

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