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Sunday, March 18, 2007

Tour crosses the Tamar - and other changes

The first game of the tour will now be on Saturday morning, instead of Friday evening, and will be against Liskeard-Looe RFC at Liskeard (Lux Park, Coldstyle Road, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 3HZ) in Cornwall. Kick-off 11.00.

This means ...
  • After arriving in Exeter and unpacking we currently have nothing planned. Up to Joe this, but I suspect there will be a training session - possibly the beach one originally planned for Saturday.
  • Saturday afternoon now opens up a whole host of possibilities as after the game we will now have Plymouth and East Cornwall at our mercy instead of just Exeter and South Devon. Possibilities in this area are many as Emily knows the area and can give short, potted guides to most places of cultual interest. For example, the Eden Project ("lots of walking"), National Marine Aquarium ("A bit *****" ), and Plymouth's shopping centre ("Yeah, let's go shopping!").
  • Someone else in the back of the car also suggested relaxing on a beach somewhere. "Somewhere" other than Devon though as - before anyone thinks of packing buckets and spades - it is worth remembering that it will be mid-April and global warming hasn't improved the climate that much yet!
  • There is also the possibility (possibility? certainty more like!) of a visit to the Reddaways Cider Farm in Luton (that's Luton near Newton Abbot, Devon!). At least one person just over 18 thought this was a great idea but as we'll not get the coach into the village (never mind the farm) orders will be taken (from those aged 18+) by someone who has a car and can find it! £4.50 a gallon as I recall.

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