Bread Pudding ride to Effingham


the Sir Douglas Haig Pub Garden

Sunday 12th November, a bright but chilly day saw 26 Cyclists leave via Lower Marsh, Berrylands, pausing for the ‘2 minute silence’, to remember the fallen Tolworth Greenway, West Ewell, Clarendon Park, Ashtead Common, Leatherhead, Fetcham, Bookham, to Effingham for lunch at ‘the Sir Douglas Haig’, with estimates of 45 Mins. to an Hour predicted for Food, some elected to make do with Crisps, while others where willing to wait, for most people food arrived 30 to 40 minutes after ordering, then Effingham Junction, Martyr’s Green, Hatchford, Cobham, Fairmile, Portsmouth Rd to Claremont Gardens -with reduced Cycle Parking 😦 – for Tea & BP, then Esher, Littleworth, Hinchley Wood, Long Ditton, Surbiton to Kingston. Total 28 Miles, 2 new Faces, Thanks once again to John E for back marking & Chain remounting, many others for corner marking, and special thanks to Derek for the Bread Pudding.


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