Bay walk will raise cash for Allithwaite swing

Cedric Robinson

Cedric Robinson

First published in News

A SPONSORED cross bay walk led by Cedric Robinson MBE, Queen’s Guide to the Sands, will take place on May 11 to raise the £2,000 needed to buy a new basket swing for Allithwaite playground.

The swing was crushed by a large tree in the February storms.

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3:00pm Fri 2 May 14

Milkbutnosugarplease says...

Excellent man. There was a TV programme calling the sands 'the wet Sahara' and now we've a chance to cross it.
Excellent man. There was a TV programme calling the sands 'the wet Sahara' and now we've a chance to cross it. Milkbutnosugarplease
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10:23pm Wed 14 May 14

Ukulele_Lady says...

As the secretary of the Allithwaite Playground Committee, I would like to apologise to anyone who was disappointed that the walk did not take place on Sunday 11th May. Unfortunately, Cedric had to cancel all the walks last weekend due to dangerous conditions out on the Bay caused by days of rain. We are hopeful that we can reschedule the walk and will advertise the new date as widely as possible. Thank you for all the support! Mandy Freewoman
As the secretary of the Allithwaite Playground Committee, I would like to apologise to anyone who was disappointed that the walk did not take place on Sunday 11th May. Unfortunately, Cedric had to cancel all the walks last weekend due to dangerous conditions out on the Bay caused by days of rain. We are hopeful that we can reschedule the walk and will advertise the new date as widely as possible. Thank you for all the support! Mandy Freewoman Ukulele_Lady
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