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Discussion Forum - Events - Lift from Teignmouth to Wadebridge on Friday


Author: Philip Clarke
Posted: Fri 24th May 2013, 8:19
Joined: 1995
Local Group: Marches
Leaving home now so only available via mobile, good luck everyone! :-)
Author: Philip Clarke
Posted: Thu 23rd May 2013, 20:45
Joined: 1995
Local Group: Marches
Hi Andrew, I will be in Exeter around 15:15 and will catch the bus at 15:30, would much rather have a lift if the times suit you. My mobile number is 07973 957760.
Author: Andrew Todd
Posted: Thu 23rd May 2013, 18:38
Joined: 2010
Local Group: Wiltshire
I will be passing through Exeter at some point mid afternoon going down to Wadebridge.
Author: Philip Clarke
Posted: Thu 23rd May 2013, 16:20
Joined: 1995
Local Group: Marches
Thank you for the information, the site I have been using comes up with train from Teignmouth to Exeter then bus to Wadebridge. I will have a look at the other options. :-)
Author: Armorel Young
Posted: Thu 23rd May 2013, 12:52
Joined: 1999
Local Group: Sherwood
There's also a useful National Express coach from Plymouth to Wadebridge (I'm getting the one that leaves Plymouth at 16.35 on Friday, but there are other times too) - so you could get the train from Teignmouth to Plymouth and the coach on from there.
Author: Rebecca Lawrence
Posted: Thu 23rd May 2013, 9:25
Joined: 2003
Local Group: Marches
We did it by public transport when we did the reccy.had to get a train from Teignmouth to newton abbot,change here for train to bodmin parkway and then get the 555 bus to Wadebridge.we're doing the same tomorrow.it actually wasn't too bad although we had a bit of a wait for 555.
Author: Philip Clarke
Posted: Thu 23rd May 2013, 9:21
Joined: 1995
Local Group: Marches
Sounds good to me Rob, look forwrad to it.
Author: Rob Richardson
Posted: Wed 22nd May 2013, 20:43
Joined: 1986
Local Group: South Wales
Hi Phil, the 2014 Valleys 100 route is not quite circular, but it starts and finishes at the same place (Pontypool). Rob
Author: Philip Clarke
Posted: Wed 22nd May 2013, 20:23
Joined: 1995
Local Group: Marches
Why thank you Mr Tinnion :-)
Author: Jim Tinnion
Posted: Wed 22nd May 2013, 16:27
Joined: 2011
Local Group: Marches
Here's a character reference for the above polite, quiet young (ish) gentleman.

Phil's a star, someone please give him a lift, you won't regret it. (I would if I could but I can't!)

Jim
Author: Philip Clarke
Posted: Wed 22nd May 2013, 15:28
Joined: 1995
Local Group: Marches
If anyone is travelling from Teignmouth to Wadebridge on Friday afternoon and has room for a paying passenger could they let me know please. Trying to arrange public transport seems a step too far!

Polite, quiet if need be 56 year old. Crikey it's like a dating request, not that Ihave ever doen that! :-)

Hope next years is circular!!

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