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Possible meet up at Lytham St annes

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Possible meet up at Lytham St annes

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What interest would there be for a meet up at Lytham St Annes, as a central point for most areas.

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monk860 @ 10/05/2019 21:44  

Good idea, nice to see the initiative

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Lynn1584 @ 10/05/2019 21:55  

Not a rediculous distance from me, I could probably get there without getting lost

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naomijr @ 10/05/2019 22:00  

Where in Lytham or St. Annes would you meet? Obvious place would be car parks near the Windmill on the green [Large area of grass / parkland between road and Ribble estuary with a proper windmill on it] I believe some of local Coastal riders meet there on either Tuesday or Thursday evenings during summer months [having said that it may be a Wednesday lolol] There is a coffee / burger van on one of the car parks ,so I am told [Other local riders will have more information than me ]

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Quietman2 @ 11/05/2019 11:39  

Sounds a good idea, bit of a trek for a day trip for me. Would that be a weekend or a weekday

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rocker21 @ 11/05/2019 12:45  

I think this is a fab idea!
It's close enough to Crosby & Formby for me to spend an hour or two doing a bit of nature watching too 😁👋

Be great for QM2, as he wouldn't have a massive slog to meet up. 😊

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Lindsay @ 11/05/2019 20:58  

Personal preference would be GLASSON DOCK 15 miles further north. Plenty nice twisties to get there . Cafes and locals are "biker" orientated plenty of parking . Lots of bird watching around both Glasson and the creek and the Lune estuary on the other side of the town .Plenty local history as well [Nelson used to bring the Victory and others to the docks while he visited Lady Hamilton who lived that side of Lancaster]
attatched google map google.co.uk/maps/place/Glasson+Dock,+La....850347
Only another suggestion

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Quietman2 @ 11/05/2019 21:11  

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