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Blipmeet in South Cumbria 19th to 28th March

following blipcentral suggestion of multiple blipmeets, I would be happy to organise a walk, cafe visit etc in the Arnside area for anyone who can easily access this area of the north west.

lynnfot

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Oops, forgot to say, name your favourite dates and I;ll see which one is the most popular. I can do Sat or Sun of both weekends. Busier during that particular week but could do either Friday, I think.

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Oh, Hilda, we have just decided to meet on the 20th to avoid Easter.
Happy to a range another meet a bout later in the year as would be good to met you.

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Please let me know if you arrange another date sometime soon! Getting to Lancaster/Arnside is manageable for us in a day or just overnight.

hildasrose 0 votes
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As this blipmeet has had to be postponed, I wonder if anyone is interested in an alternative Cumbria/Lake District blipmeet on the 20th. Any suggestions?

PaulaJ 0 votes
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Clickychick and I are still up for a Blipmeet on the 20th if anybody else is. I was expecting to see on here the details of the one that now seems to have been postponed.

How have I missed them?

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lynnfot has had to bow out of the blipmeet she was organising, but there is no reason why we can't sort something else out somewhere in Cumbria. We, which includes Highpike and Marpaul, would be very happy to meet up on the 20th and don't mind where. Any suggestions?

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What about Caldbeck? There is the Mill Stream at Priests Mill (for photo opportunities), a cafe at the Mill and a walk up the Howk to the old Bobbin Mill (more photographic opportunities).

Is this too far to the north for everybody?

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Cumbrian Blipneet update

Meet at the cafe at Priest's Mill - Watermill Cafe - http://www.watermillcafe.co.uk/contact.htm
in Caldbeck at 11am. But we would suggest that you park in the official car park and walk through, rather than trying to park at Priest's Mill, which can get very tricky. Everyone welcome! Come along.

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