CamRuSS is delighted to invite you to our traditional Early-May picnic and barbecue in the open air, which promises to be a buzzy and exhilarating event, with oodles of fun activities, games and competitions for children and adults!
WHEN: Bank Holiday Monday 5th May 2014, from 12:00 noon.
WHERE: Picnic area at Wandlebury Country Park, Gog Magog Hills, Babraham Cambridge CB22 3AE http://cambridgeppf.org/wandlebury-country-park.shtml
Directions: Wandlebury Country Park is signposted with brown Country Park signs off the A1307 Cambridge to Haverhill Road, 2.5 miles south of the Addenbrooke’s Hospital roundabout.
Maps: Please go here for Wandlebury Location, and here for Wandlebury Layout.
- PLEASE COME WITH YOUR OWN food and drink (to share), including meat and veg for the barbecue, plates, spoons and cups, children, footballs, skipping ropes, guitars, and anything else that would entertain a versatile and lively crowd on a happy afternoon! Also, if anyone can bring a GAZEBO, can you please let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org)? Thanks very much indeed.
There will be a *BARBECUE COMPETITION* this year, with special prizes.
So please get into gear and start marinating the meat (or a vegetarian option)!
Parking: Visitors’ car park at the Main Entrance off the A1307. Parking charge: £2.50 per car.
Public Transport: The Addenbrookes to Haverhill buses are Stagecoach CityPlus X13 and X13A.
Cycling to Wandlebury: There is a separate, safe, cycle path alongside the A1307 Hills Road, leaving Cambridge, from Addenbrookes Hospital past the Babraham Park & Ride to Wandlebury where it ends. There is no cycle path from Haverhill to Wandlebury. NB No cycling in the park is allowed, except for under 8s, and cycles should be secured in the parking area cycle stands.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
Dogs: need to be kept on a lead in the Park, but can be freely exercised in the adjacent Gog Magog Trust area.
For more info please visit the Wandlebury website: www.cambridgeppf.org, and go to ‘Our Attractions’. There is a number of designated walks there, with guide leaflets.