Road, Water and Air Travel in Cheshire!

Date: 22nd September 2018
Times: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm
Organiser: Friends of Pendle Heritage

Book your seat on the coach for this grand day out with a difference.  We’ll be travelling by road, water and air (all in one day)!

Departing from Padiham at 9.00am we’ll travel to Northwich by road for a visit to that incredible feat of Victorian engineering, the Anderton Boat Lift.  We then take in a river cruise before rising into the air on the boat lift!  Have you flown in a narrowboat before?  No mother, not on your broomstick, in a narrowboat!

After lunch we travel across Cheshire on a short mystery trip to see a rare architectural gem, known by only a (not very) select few.  Dating back to the 15th century it’s a must see for anyone interested in vernacular architecture.  We arrive back at Padiham for approx. 6 – 6.30pm.

£39.00 per person which includes the coach travel, boat trip and flight.  How do they do it for the money I hear you say. A more detailed itinerary will be sent out to everyone nearer the date but the mystery location will not be revealed until we leave Northwich!

Please send your payments as soon as possible, either by cheque, made payable to “PH Archaeology Travel Club”  to Frances Howarth, 48 Marsden Hall Road, Nelson, BB9 9PA, or by electronic payment to Sort Code 40-34-47, a/c no. 30063363, with an email to frances.howarth@ntlworld.com to advise her that payment has been made.

SATURDAY 22nd September.

Sounds like a reet gud do.