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Monday, March 26, 2007

Canadians publish full itinerary

I E Weldon have published their full programme for their short (but packed!) tour of England (well, Hertfordshire really) next week.

Yes - that is NEXT WEEK so I'll be asking for those sleeping bags by Sunday, or ideally by this Wednesday.

Anyway - they will be getting on a coach next Monday at 5pm (10pm our time - so spare a thought for them before you sleep), will arrive at Gatwick about 12 hours later, and at Wymondley about 2-3 hours after that.

Somehow words like "shattered" spring to mind here, along with other less printable comments, but regardless they plan to train at Wymondley before going in a "walking tour of Letchworth" - which is obviously where you lot come in (unless you want to spy on the training session of course) as we'll need a few guides. Or even scouts...

Following day is our "festival", after which they have a day in London before leaving Wymondley on Friday morning.

On Friday afternoon they play Welwyn (3pm if anyone wants to go and watch/support them) and on Saturday they play Hertford (3.30pm), before leaving for home on Monday.


I think the Alcocks have already said they'd show the visitors the sights of Letchworth, but if we could have a few more of you that would be a help. We can either walk them into town via the Greenway/Willian/Muddy Lane or - if there are sufficient parents and its raining - drive them in.

Let's guess a departure from Wymondley of about 5pm - so ideas for where to take them please. Game of touch in the Town Square? Or down to the new chippy for a battered mars bar? If it is raining swimming might be an option. What would interest you?


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