The Mayor of Lancaster, Jon Barry, has chosen St. John’s Hospice as his charity of the year and he came up with the idea of doing a sponsored bike ride around the newly opened Morecambe Bay Cycle Way in one day towing his Mayoral Trailer – otherwise known as the “Mayormobile”.
The route should pass through Witherslack at around 12pm.
The timings are:
Depart Walney Island - 7am
Ulverston - 9am
Grange Over Sands -11.30am
Silverdale - 13.45 pm
Lancaster Millennium Bridge - 15.30pm
Glasson Dock 16.30pm – finish
Join The Morecambe Bay Partnership for a day of woodland conservation work, pulling up Himalayan Balsam in Meathop Quarry & Woods.
Help conserve the fantastic woodland plants and help prevent its spread.
Sunday 12th July - 10am to 3pm
Contact: 07760 884 357
The fifth annual Dean Barwick Mountain Bike Challenge will be held on Saturday 4 July 2015.
Those up for the challenge can choose between timed mountain trail biking routes of 25km or 40km. The specially designed courses use bridleways, off-road tracks and exclusive trails on private land, which will be available for this day only, making it a unique way to experience biking through the area.
The event is one in a series being held to raise money for a range of important improvements to the school.
Under-16 riders are welcome with an accompanying adult.
Visit www.deanbarwick.cumbria.sch.uk for further details and to enter.
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