Bluebell Evening Walk ~ Wednesday 16 April

Chris Howard, Chairman of the Surrey Hills Society, is leading a walk on Wednesday evening, 16 April. The walk starts from the Percy Arms Pub, Chilworth- just opposite the Chilworth Railway Station at 6.30pm. The bluebell wood to be visited is somewhere on St Martha’s Hill and it’s in perfect condition for it to be seen at its best.  West Surrey CTC members are now all members of the Surrey Hills Society so now’s you chance to mingle and meet the boss. No doubt a swift one at the Percy Arms to round the walk off is on the cards too. Only sorry I can’t make it myself! Mark

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Blind Veterans UK

Another offer to take a place on Prudential Ride London on 9 August, but with the additional offer for a place on NightRider on 7-8 June, through the charity  Blind Veterans UK The charity  provide vision impaired Armed Forces and National Service veterans with the person-centred services and tailored support they need to discover life beyond sight loss. Their work ranges from helping veterans relearn vital life skills and providing them with the tools they need to be independent in their own homes, to offering new learning, training and recreation opportunities and providing long-term nursing, residential and respite care.   To secure your place or if you have any questions about either event, contact Aaron on 020 7616 7927 or email *protected email*

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Prudential Ride London

There is another charity that has places for the Prudential Ride London, Woking and Sam Beare Hospices, and it may be of particular interest to our members as it is a very worthy local charity.  A minimum of £500 sponsorship is required to book a place; if you are interested just contact the charity to obtain an Application Form, or  if you would like any more information then please contact Rosie Gibbons  on *protected email*  or 01483 881752 John M

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Prudential Ride London

I have been advised that Leuka have a few Prudential RideLondon places left.  They are a charity that works towards research into leukaemia and other blood cancers and support determined young scientists at Imperial College/Hammersmith Hospital.  If anyone is interested, details are provided at:-  http://www.leuka.org.uk/prudential-ridelondon-2014/ John M

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Wednesday Ride

It really does seem that it will be quite a pleasant day tomorrow, so I hope that many of you will wish to join the weekly ride.  If you are thinking of driving to the start, there is ample car parking almost opposite where we are meeting; post code GU24 8AR.  As usual, there will be  a variety of rides after coffee at Windsor Farm Shop (good cakes), and some of us may well head out towards Cookham, just hoping that the floods have subsided.   John Murdoch

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