Coach excursion to Boston and Tattershall Castle & church, Lincolnshire
Neil Wright (our speaker in April) will meet us at Fydell House in Boston for tea / coffee and an introductory talk. He will then guide us around this ancient market town on the banks of the Witham. His itinerary is a 1½-hour walk before lunch and a second 1½-hour walk after lunch. Neil will draw attention to the more significant aspects of St Botolph’s church, “ The Stump” 272 feet high. Some members may not wish to participate in the full walking programme. Please write A on the booking form for the full walking programme, B for the morning only, C for the afternoon only and D for no conducted tour, free time only.
We will then visit Tattershall Castle keep built of brick in 1434 by Ralph, Lord Cromwell and the adjacent Holy Trinity church built by Ralph’s executor.
Depart Mill Common Huntingdon 9.00 am, arrive Boston 10.45. Morning walk 11.15 to 12.45; afternoon walk 2.00 to 3.00. Leave Boston 3.15 for Tattershall, visit castle and church 4.00 to 5.30. Return to Huntingdon 7.00 / 7.30pm.
Other pick-up points (indicate clearly on form): Somersham (Dews) 8.25; St Ives (Houghton Rd) 8.40; Hartford (Longstaff Way) 8.45; Godmanchester (Bridge Place car park) 8.50.
Cost (including morning refreshments): £35.00 (National Trust members £29.00)
Book by Thursday 5th July.
Please use the accompanying form and pay in advance by cheque. To download a copy of the booking form click on the word BOOKINGFORM
Note especially the ‘Book By’ date. Early booking is helpful. However do telephone if you are able to come at the last minute as outings are seldom over-subscribed.
Cancellations: If you cancel before the ‘Book By’ date your cheque will not be paid in. If you cancel later you may only receive a refund if someone else takes your place.
Non-member guests are very welcome. You will receive partial refunds on the coach for guest children, in respect of lower entrance fees.
The Society undertakes to make arrangements for the excursions but cannot accept liability for any mishap or loss connected with them.