East Barkwith trip proves popular

THE popularity of trips from East Barkwith to places of interest organised by Les Robinson led him to arrange an ambitious five days away to please his clients for the first time last year.

This year there was even more interest with Llandudno the destination and the 40 passengers with their luggage filled the coach which left a rain showered Lincolnshire to be greeted by lovely sunshine along the way.

On Tuesday the coach took them to the unusual and beautiful marble church of St Asaph, which had been built in memory of a beloved husband by his widow with many different types of marble used in its construction.

Snowdon and Anglesey were included in Thursdays programme with a trip up the mountain railway and while it was clear for most of their journey, cloud for the last five minutes prevented them appreciating the spectacular view from the summit.

A call at been made at a slate mine museum during the morning and the day ended with a drive over the bridge to Anglesey and a return for their last night at the hotel.
Les can be contacted on 01673 857063 by anyone interested in finding out where he is going next as occasionally there are spare seats or last minute cancellations.