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We have received a flyer from a group calling themselves TMC Wheelies which as the name implies are centred around Tarvin Methodist Church. The invitation is "Come and Join us" and means what it says- anyone can join. All you need evidently, apart from a bike, is a little enthusiasm, a moderate interest in a little gentle exercise and the ability to laugh a lot.
The group has just published their planned rides up to June with the next ride on 4th April.
They hope to go cycling on the 1st Monday and 3rd Saturday of the month and you can join them for all or part of the ride. If you are unable to cycle you could in fact join them for coffee at their destination. All cycle routes will have as little time spent on main roads as possible using cycle ways and off road routes whenever they can.

further details can be had from either:
Robert on 01928 740236 — mobile 07710899650
or
Barbara & Derek on 01829 749155 — mobile 07802 751171

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