Tandem 2023 - UK National Rally - Rally Information

Mark Tipping2023-08-05 10:22:05tcn2023

Late late query as ever. I too cannot get tcx files to load onto garmin connect. I do not have any text files to delete, I am just trying individual tcx files as courses. Anyone got a fix for this please?

Tony Prichard2023-08-05 10:30:09tcn2023

Try this way. It works for my Edge Touring. Before exporting your routes, try to limit the name to 15 characters or less as the remaining characters will get truncated. Plug in your Garmin On the website, navigate to your route or ride. Go to the Export tab Click TCX Course or FIT Course. If your computer prompts you to save the file to a specific location, place it somewhere memorable like the desktop. Using the Finder, My Computer or other tool on your computer, open up the drive associated with the Garmin, usually labeled Garmin Open the Garmin folder located inside the Garmin drive. Click/drag the exported file from your desktop to the NewFiles folder. Safely remove the Garmin (Eject on an Apple machine) and unplug it from the computer After powering it on click the Courses icon and locate your route

Mark Tipping2023-08-05 11:20:39tcn2023

Tony

Mark Tipping2023-08-05 11:28:02tcn2023

Thanks Tony, I gave up on Garmin connect and did as you say, plugged both sat navs into the desktop and copied tcx files across into courses folder on both the edge tour and the 705, both now appear to have the files on and they seem to load up ok so I am hoping it is a glitch with the Connect App. I had tried the 15 character renaming of tcx files with no underscores etc but that didn't help. I only use tcx these days Garmin say there is about a 100 fold increase in waypoints compared to gpx so I was v keen to get it sorted, even if I procrastinated up to the day before the event! See you in the drinks tent tomorrow no doubt!

Terry Barnaby2023-08-07 10:52:03tcn2023

Found 1 x Garmin fitness tracker + 1 x rear light on cycle way near campsite. Terry Barnaby

David Ross2023-08-07 14:38:18tcn2023

Garmin belongs to Janet Roberts, pitch 45.

Terry Barnaby2023-08-08 10:45:37tcn2023

Canel path verry narrow in places. I would at least miss the bit after you turn left up another canel just after Warick by pass and cut off corner. Also need to go diwn steps at start so could route to join canel later on.

Neil Wheadon2023-08-08 12:00:31tcn2023

There are about 15 steps down to the canal. It’s a little narrow to the cafe for 400 metres. Pas Hatton Locks is wider and scenic. Yes it’s narrower on the last part, but a gentle walk for maybe 600 metres if you wish and does provide a less trafficked way into Warwick. Whatever you choose take care

Stephen Rickard2023-08-08 15:23:39tcn2023

At tonight’s cycle jumble I will be selling cycling fillets in a range of sizes. They are £5 each and all sold in aid of Red Rubber Ball charity who support the education of young people in Kenya. Please come and have a try on - from 6.30pm onwards

Stephen Rickard2023-08-08 15:25:32tcn2023

Fillets = gillets 😂

Stephen Rickard2023-08-08 22:29:15tcn2023

Hi all, thanks to all those who bought Gillets this evening. We had to pack away for the quiz tonight. We will put the stall out again tomorrow afternoon say 5-6 pm for those that missed us . We have quite a few Gillets left for sale.

Phil Harmer2023-08-09 09:17:59tcn2023

Tandem Games now Thursday evening at 7pm : better chance of dry grass.

Stephen Rickard2023-08-09 17:22:32tcn2023

Hi , come on down to HQ now for a cup of tea or coffee and buy a very nice gillet for charity for 5 pounds only.

Neil Wheadon2023-08-09 23:17:54tcn2023

Hi folks. With the traffic lights on the roundabout, please can you use the cycle path or wait at the lights. Please don’t use the pavement. We had to deal with a local resident today complaining about pavement riding, and as everyone is on a tandem, it’s not difficult to find the group responsible. Thankyou neil

Neil Wheadon2023-08-10 14:45:14tcn2023

Morning coffee stops on the next 2 days.

Neil Wheadon2023-08-10 14:50:52tcn2023

Morning coffee stops on the next 2 days. Friday will see us head NW to Henly-in-Arden . There is nothing really on route until Henley (thinking about the short especially) Therefore Ron and Linda along with Gareth and Gill will be manning an impromptu bun stop at Sambourne. There will be a choice of Waitrose finest cakes as I emptied their cupboards this morning. No coffee/tea, so take a drink. There is a largish green and a seat. Provided some local busy body doesn’t object they will be there 10:00 -12:00. Look out for the TC pendant and a blue umbrella

Neil Wheadon2023-08-10 14:57:52tcn2023

Saturday sees a coffee and cake stop at the Mecure Warwickshire Walton Hall. It’ll be in the hall as you pass the hotel (past reception) Again 10:00 - 12:00. They are using coffee urns so not as good quality but faster (I hope) this stop is about 15.5km, so ideal. Enjoy both . This is the East ride

Neil Wheadon2023-08-10 15:01:56tcn2023

The main hall got double booked for Saturday night, I’m afraid, so we have to vacate by 10:00. This gives enough time to wash up etc and will include the ladies showers. The good news is that as a thankyou for being understanding, I’ve been given access to a room under the main stand and area by the finishing line with picnic benches for Saturday night, so a bit of a bonus

Stephen Rickard2023-08-11 16:38:26tcn2023

We have some Gillet left if you want. Silver vw van centre of field pitch 51. Come this afternoon. Thanks Steve

Stephen Dee2023-08-13 06:38:00tcn2023

Did anyone pick up two Tupperware boxes from thf hall? Please let me know other wise I will be In Doghouse when I get home

General Rally Information

Campsite Information

Campsite Layout

I have pre-arranged where everyone is pitched. Done for 2 reasons, mainly so people can camp close to friends and also to reduce the admin time on arrival.

I have allocated randomly, but have kept requests together. There are some non electric campers who are friends with electric campers. I have facilitated this, so the non electric campers can see roughly where to pitch. These are now set, it was quite a task to get these right, please no requests to move now.

Document Notes
Map_of_pitches.pdf

Entrance is on the lower right.
On the Touring Park pitches are spread around the edge.
Behind pitches 34 - 42 there is another row of pitches which are all reserved for an annual car rally over the weekend.
On the Rally Field, pitches 1 - 10 and 11 - 20 are divided by 2 racing rails.

Pitch_allocation.pdf As emailed by Neil on 26/07/2023 at 10:54

Arrival

Earliest at 14:00 on Sunday please.  You may arrive after the 6pm cutoff mentioned on the campsite's website, but please try to arrive by 8pm (to make it easier for those directing arrivals).

There will be 4 couples to direct you.

If you wish to stay on Saturday, you will need to arrange this with the campsite direct and may need to change to your allocated pitch for the rally on Sunday.

Departure

Please leave by 12:00 (midday)

If you wish to stay longer, contact the campsite

Electric Pitches

These are around the outside. The pitches aren't marked as such and in some cases you'll need to zig zag slightly to achieve distances.

The campsite's rule is 6 metres between hard units (the side of your van/caravan/tent), 3 metres between the awnings.

If on electric please bring a 25metre length of cable, longer if you have one.

Non Electric Pitches

In the middle, it's a big area, spacing won't be an issue. No spaces are reserved.

However I have had 3 bookings ask to be close to the toilets for reasons that won't go into. The field extends close to the toilets so please be considerate. There is a small area of grass next to the toilets, no tents here please.

Rooms

We have 2 rooms booked and they are at the far end. I will have the keys and will open and close these.

I have charging cables and USB adaptors to charge things, but only a limited number. If you can bring your own multi-adapter with a plug, that would be really helpful.

For those camping, bikes are not to be stored overnight in these rooms. There are plenty of fences around the site to use.

The rooms need to be kept clean and tidy.

These rooms will be used for evening activities and for tea coffee when coming back.

Tea / Coffee

A kettle and tea and coffee will be available, I'll try to keep this restocked, but please don't rely on it.

Can everyone try to bring their own cups please. There are a few spares and if you use these please wash them up and return.

The same applies for the welcome drink, please pack a glass or equivalent.

Showers

There are showers on site, these are reported as OK, so I have ordered in a 4 unit facility that will be on the hardstanding, close to the entrance.

Rubbish

The site are providing bins, you'll find these at various locations.

Recycling is possible but NOT GLASS, please take this home with you. I haven't yet found a site in Stratford.

Manager on Site

The manager Sherrie will be on site all week near the office.

Any issues to do with rubbish and camping can you seek her out please.

Emergency Contacts

I will have a mobile, but will be using a temporary number for the week, as will Phil Harmer. This will be available during the week should there be any emergencies and will be posted in the on the rally notice board when we get a SIM card. Please only call if absolutely necessary.

Shops

The closest is Simply Fresh. It's a convenience store, but it really is a good one. Out the campsite, head right and bear right at the roundabout, it's 400 metres along on the right. You can miss the road works by using the cyclepath and using Aintree Road.

Other big supermarkets. There is nothing west of the site. They are on the other side of town to the east

Badges

There will be rally badges. These will hopefully be ready for your arrival, if not at the welcome drink.

Schedules for the Week

Rides

Day Direction Notes
Monday 7th Aug. Head South

THERE IS A FREE TEA STOP at the LYGON HOTEL in Chipping Campden.
Basically a free drink and piece of cake from 'the cabinet'.
This will include all the rides on the day.

Tuesday 8th Aug. Northeast
Warwick and Kenilworth
 
Wednesday 9th Aug. Velocio Stephen Dee has read the rules, designed the challenge and will award the trophy.
It's a fun day out. JUDGE'S DECISION IS FINAL, this is a fun day out.
Thursday 10th Aug. Rest Day Loads to see and do in the area.
The RSC is closed.
Friday 11th Aug. Northwest
to Henley-in-Arden
 
Saturday 12th Aug. Heading east There is a free morning tea stop at a hotel - details to follow.
There is a small chance that Friday and Saturday rides will be transposed depending on the hotel and free tea stop.

There are a lot of National Trust properties in this area and the rides go past quite a few. You can't access tearooms unless you are a member (other tearooms are available). If you want to join, now's the time!

Evening Entertainment

All activities in the rooms, unless otherwise stated.

Day Event Notes
Sunday 6th Aug. Welcome Drink 19:30

Drinks are provided, please BRING A GLASS/MUG.
Snacks not provided as cutting pieces of cheese up is not my thing, suggest bring your own snacks.
At about 20:30, I'll open the event, have a chat about Monday's route.
There are no guests, mayors or celebrities, just a chance to catch up with old friends and new.

Monday 7th Aug. Presentation

I'm going to do a presentation on the Rides database on the Tandem Club website. 2 years in the making and still improving, it has functions designed for touring cyclists and is fabulous for finding places. It could be long or short, depends how I get my act together.
A short description and chat about tomorrow's ride.
I also have a film from Roy Bradshaw of a Tandem event in the 1990's. Roy took a cine camera and worked for the BBC, a great piece of history.

Tuesday 8th Aug. Quiz 19:30 Your host will be me.
Teams of 6, a variety of questions - My decision is final.
Velocio maps may be given out as well.
Wednesday 9th Aug. Tandem Games Join Phil Harmer on the camping field for the games.
We need 25 x 500ml empty, clean yoghurt pots. Please bring one or two along.
Thursday 10th Aug. Nothing Planned  
Friday 11th Aug. Presentation 19:30 In the past 20 years, I have led tours all over the world, carry a DLSR and have given many talks, so Mongolia here you come. Japan may make an appearance and maybe other places
Saturday 12th Aug. Farewell BBQ Bring your own food to the area round the camping field.
If bringing a BBQ don't forget to raise it off the grass (as by your pitch).
No band, no singing, just us.

Routes and Places of Interest Viewable and Downloadable

The following is the list of rides with maps showing the ride with statistics and places of interest on the routes. Only those booked for the event and logged into the website will be able to access these.

Rides

For folks new to this, there is no set leaving time. These are NOT guided. However if you want to cycle with a group. Meet at 09:00 at the entrance gate. There if others want to, you can get together and cycle together. To the regulars, try to pick up tandems who don't want to ride solo, that's the lovely thing about this club. The routes have been designed, so everyone goes out and comes back the same way, so you shouldn't tandem alone.

There are 12 routes, a short, medium and long ride for each day, as they have been arranged for Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday (Velocio on Wednesday).

For the long rides, 2 of the long extensions have been ridden, 2 have not, but for all of them a gpx track has been produced. A streetview routesheet is also present and an indication of what's on the route. Every turn not ridden has been labelled STREETVIEW, from experience this works pretty well.

The club's Rides Database presents the routes below. The 12 routes are listed first, and then below them are 2 zip files enabling you to download all the route files in one click.

When you click on the ZIP, you will get 36 documents.

For each route you get:
- GPX file (or TCX file in the second zip file)
- A route sheet with map and elevation profile and fully checked route instructions. Even if you are using a gpx device, please use this as it contains additional information.
- A route sheet in a larger font format to allow you to read the route instructions more clearly should you wish.

Should you want to access the route sheet to make the font, bigger, smaller then you can. Click on the route you want to do and click on 'Download route sheet editable file', this accesses a Word document.

Nomenclature

In the route sheets:

- Number (Num) - These relate to the numbers on the map, so you can see where you are.
- Distance (Dist) - Cumulative distance.
- Previous (Prev) - The distance between this and the last instruction.
- Route Notes - A description of the junction you will encounter.
This description is not only the junction, but may also contain references to things you may see before or after the junction. These are designed to reassure TR – Turn Right TL – Turn Left XR – Crossroads SO – Straight on TJ – T-Junction L – Left R - Right (Eff SO) – Effectively straight on. Some junctions are T-junctions, TL or TR, but you are carrying on straight.

Maps

Landranger 150 and 151 covers nearly all and will cover short and medium.

Landranger 138, 139 and 163 have parts of the long ride on them.

Introduction to the Rides Database

As some of you will know, I have spent the past 2 years developing this database. Once you get into it, it really is a wonderful thing and these rides are very much linked to this.

If you click on each of the individual rides you will see not only the route but also a lot of symbols. These relate to things you will pass on the way. Clicking on an icon will reveal what's there, and details of that attraction/cafe. In essence you can look the night before and plan what you would like to see along the way. I have added as many cafes and places of interest along the route that I can. (Nationally there are over 8000 now).

If you wish to take that further you can go to the individual ride file and scroll to the bottom. By pressing the upload map picture (in green) and then clicking on Download Place information you will get a PDF of the places you pass and the information contained. This can be filtered to within 0.5, 2, 5 and 10km of the GPS trace, yes the system is that good, try that on Strava!! One is enclosed as the attachment.

There is also a Location button. (L on the left hand side of the map) If you login on your phone, you can look at the map and icons and see where you are (as a red dot) In real time, you can see that you are close to that castle that you have always wanted to see and maybe divert to it, or you can see just how close you are to that cup of tea and carrot cake.

 

 

 

 

12/08/2023
Id: 725
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73037
Ride length: 53 km
Ride ease: Easy
Suggested Day REFRESHMENTS Morning tea stop - Walton Hall Hotel . This is an organised and paid for stop Lunch - Kineton or Charlecote Afternoon Stop - Charlecote PLACES TO VISIT Charlecote (National Trust) There is the interesting Civil War exhibit in the church at Radway that adds 10km there and b ...
12/08/2023
Id: 723
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73037
Ride length: 109 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested Day REFRESHMENTS Morning tea stop - Hotel at Walton. This is an organised and paid for stop Lunch - Clopredy, multiple places to choose from Afternoon Stop - Ginks Cafe at Kineton PLACES TO VISIT Church at Radway - Civil War exhibit, worth 10 minutes of your life Upton House and Gardens (N ...
12/08/2023
Id: 724
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73037
Ride length: 91 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested Day REFRESHMENTS Morning tea stop - Walton Hall Hotel . This is an organised and paid for stop Lunch - Kineton or a picnic along the way Afternoon Stop - Charlecote PLACES TO VISIT Charlecote (National Trust) There is the interesting Civil War exhibit in the church at Radway that adds 10km ...
11/08/2023
Id: 690
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1836, -1.73049
Ride length: 66 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested Day Places to eat Morning stop - take a picnic to Samborne Lunch - Henley, cafes and picnic Afternoon stop - Yew Tree Farm Places to visit Coughton Court (National Trust) open after 11:00 Henley-in-Arden Henley may not seem an obvious target for a ride, but this small town has a charm of i ...
11/08/2023
Id: 693
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1836, -1.73049
Ride length: 57 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested Day Places to eat Morning stop - take a picnic to Samborne Lunch - Henley, cafes and picnic Afternoon stop - Yew Tree Farm Places to visit Coughton Court (National Trust) open after 11:00 Henley-in-Arden Henley may not seem an obvious target for a ride, but this small town has a charm of i ...
11/08/2023
Id: 726
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1836, -1.73049
Ride length: 86 km
Ride ease: Hard
Suggested Day Places to eat Morning stop - take a picnic to Samborne Lunch - Henley, cafes and picnic Afternoon stop - Yew Tree Farm Places to visit Coughton Court (National Trust) open after 11:00 Henley-in-Arden Henley may not seem an obvious target for a ride, but this small town has a charm of i ...
08/08/2023
Id: 688
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73052
Ride length: 70 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested day Places to eat Morning Coffee stop - New Inn and Community shop or Hatton Country World Lunch - Kenilworth Afternoon stop - Charlecote or Touchdown Cafe Places of interest Stratford armories - will take about 20 minutes Warwick - Castle, but that could take all day Kenilworth Castle (En ...
08/08/2023
Id: 695
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73052
Ride length: 52 km
Suggested day Places to eat Morning Coffee stop - Hatton Locks Lunch - Warwick Afternoon stop - Charlecote or Touchdown Cafe Places of interest Stratford armories - will take about 20 minutes Warwick - Castle, but that could take all day Charlecote (National Trust) There is plenty to see today as we ...
08/08/2023
Id: 728
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73052
Ride length: 96 km
Ride ease: Hard
Suggested day Places to eat Morning Coffee stop - New Inn and Community shop or Hatton Country World Lunch - Maybe a pub/cafe near Coventry but Kenilworth a better bet Afternoon stop - Charlecote or Touchdown Cafe Places of interest Stratford armories - will take about 20 minutes Warwick - Castle, b ...
07/08/2023
Id: 720
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73054
Ride length: 92 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested Day REFRESHMENTS Morning tea stop - Lygon Arms Hotel . This is an organised and paid for stop Lunch - Stow-on-the-Wold Afternoon Stop - Shipston-on-Stour or the Expresso Bar which is on the right after Lower Quinton and before the Greenway PLACES TO VISIT Chipping Campden - pretty Cotswold ...
07/08/2023
Id: 721
Location: Stratford Racecourse, Stratford-upon-Avon
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73054
Ride length: 76 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested Day Places to eat Morning tea stop - Lygon Arms Hotel . This is an organised and paid for stop Lunch - Moreton-in-Marsh Afternoon Stop - Shipston-on-Stour or the Expresso Bar which is on the right after Lower Quinton and before the Greenway Places to visit Chipping Campden - pretty Cotswol ...
07/08/2023
Id: 722
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse
Postcode: CV37 9SE
Map Reference: 52.1835, -1.73054
Ride length: 48 km
Ride ease: Average
Suggested Day REFRESHMENTS Morning tea stop - Lygon Arms Hotel . This is an organised and paid for stop Lunch - Hidcote Afternoon Stop - Carriages cafe on the Greenway PLACES TO VISIT Chipping Campden - pretty Cotswold Town Hidcote Gardens - National Trust We head east towards the centre of Stratfor ...

The ability to download all the rides, by a member, in a zip file will be available once the rides have been published here.

15 random places within 30 km of the area are given below. Click on the title above to see all places and for more info

Note the ride maps show all of the places on routes as icons on the maps.

Full place listing.

Id: 6970

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.16485, -1.85481

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 7890

Category: food/gardenCentre

Map Reference: 52.23078, -1.65692

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8354

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.28213, -1.58897

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Added by: Steve Walker

Id: 636

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 51.96501, -1.75476

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Added by: Lester Evans

Id: 6964

Category: food/shop

Map Reference: 52.24997, -1.99024

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8577

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.02843, -1.64154

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8519

Category: food/pub

Map Reference: 52.12239, -1.73433

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 7116

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.28326, -1.58195

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8582

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.12553, -1.75789

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 7109

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.40041, -1.64952

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8581

Category: food/shop

Map Reference: 52.12257, -1.74075

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8261

Category: food/pub

Map Reference: 52.09186, -1.83445

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8522

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.0864, -1.776

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 6985

Category: food/cafe

Map Reference: 52.22803, -1.69498

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8442

Category: food/shop

Map Reference: 52.22087, -1.76253

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

15 random places within 30 km of the area are given below. Click on the title above to see all places and for more info

Note the ride maps show all of the places on routes as icons on the maps.

Full place listing.

Id: 8258

Category: interest/house

Map Reference: 52.33836, -1.5342

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8254

Category: interest/industrial

Map Reference: 52.19715, -1.61745

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 6966

Category: interest/historic

Map Reference: 52.21401, -1.87289

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 1836

Category: interest/house

Map Reference: 52.00597, -1.86316

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 1926

Category: interest/house

Map Reference: 52.20536, -1.62222

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 1929

Category: interest/house

Map Reference: 52.24358, -1.87984

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8128

Category: interest/house

Map Reference: 52.19072, -1.73192

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 2326

Category: interest/church

Map Reference: 51.96859, -1.92834

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8445

Category: interest/visitorCentre

Map Reference: 52.28114, -1.58737

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 2286

Category: interest/historic

Map Reference: 51.97556, -1.57082

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 7896

Category: interest/museum

Map Reference: 52.19, -1.61883

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8608

Category: interest/church

Map Reference: 52.12977, -1.46352

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8433

Category: interest/picnic

Map Reference: 52.29213, -1.77922

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 1942

Category: interest/house

Map Reference: 52.22425, -1.84644

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

Id: 8591

Category: interest/house

Map Reference: 51.97789, -1.75123

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Added by: Neil Wheadon

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