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laurencegoffnewark
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Posted - 15/03/2014 :  20:48:26  Show Profile  Visit laurencegoffnewark's Homepage Send laurencegoffnewark a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Friends Of Newark Cemetery

Will be organizing a Coach Trip, from Newark

to The National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire
It honours the fallen and recognises service, sacrifice around the world. It is a spirtual uplifting place and emerging as a world-renowned centre for remembrance which is run by the British Legion.

May half term Wednesday 28th May 2014

Travel Wright Ltd, Newark, Nottinghamshire

Coach Trip Adults 10 each

Special offer for family tickets

Two Adults and Two Children 32

Departing leaving 9.00am 9.15pm arriving by 11am departing at 4.30pm returning to Newark by 6pm.

First pickup point at 9.00am The Friendly Farmer Restaurant

Located next to the Shell Petrol Station The A46, A17, A1 Roundabout, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 2NY. Restaurant open at 8am for Breakfast or a cuppa, free parking.

Second pickup at 9.15am Holy Trinity RC School, Boundary Road, Newark NG24 4AU

Tickets are on sale at Newark Town Hall, Market Place Reception

01636 680333

9.30am 4pm

Monday Friday

For more information

or contact for other arrangement for tickets

Laurence Goff

01636-681878

Mobile 07794613879

friendsofnewarkcemetery@yahoo.co.uk

SapperG
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Posted - 15/03/2014 :  21:38:36  Show Profile Send SapperG a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hello Laurence,
I wish the "Friends of Newark Cemetery" a successful trip and hope you are able to attract interest for what should be both a moving and timely excursion.
I am afraid I am out of your catchment area but I intend to visit the "Arboretum" within this commemorative year.
God Bless,
Richard
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