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20th June 2018 at 14:34 #13550
After the success of this years event to the Isle of Man, it has been requested that Laurence and I organise a Second Tour for 2019. The dates will be departing mainland UK 3rd May and returning on the 6th May 2019.
We are in the process of requesting a number of rooms up at the Ramsey Park Hotel again, along with self catering options.
Please let us know if you would like to participate.
4th July 2018 at 09:21 #13627
We have got 10 rooms reserved at the Ramsey Park Hotel
We can also get like this year the self catering accommodation at Cammall Farm
29th October 2018 at 09:57 #14543
Ferry prices with the Steam Racket have now been released for next year and are as follows;
Friday 3rd May
Heysham to Douglas depart: 2:15pm arrive: 6:00pm
Liverpool to Douglas depart: 11:15am arrive: 2:00pm
Monday 6th May
Douglas to Liverpool depart: 3:00pm arrive: 5:45pm
Similar cost to last year £212, it could be that like last year there are a few changes to times or craft on the route.
25th January 2019 at 10:27 #15061
Laurence and I have been working through a provisional itinerary for the weekend and so far we have got the following;
Friday 3rd May;
Arrive in the Isle of Man and have a meal in the local pub in Kirk Michael or Ballaugh
Saturday 4th May;
Again heading down to Cregneash and the Sound, hopefully the weather will be clearer so we can maybe stop at the Bungalow en-route. In the afternoon heading back up the west coast passing Niarbyl and having an ice cream @ Davidson’s in Peel
Saturday evening we are thinking of a group meal @ Vellika’s in Ramsey who can put on a selection of dishes for us.
Sunday 5th May;
Back by popular demand another trip to the Laxey Wheel and then lunch at Ballacregga/Salmon centre for a hot/cold buffet, Angie who kindly provided the bbq for us last year is now the general manager for the Salmon centre and she will cordon off their top car park.
Sunday afternoon we were maybe thinking of Milntown in Ramsey or the Isle of Man Transport Museum up at Jurby.
For those that came last year and did not make the Peel Fire Festival we are again thinking of this for the Sunday night.
21st May 2019 at 09:55 #15262
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