Group members Graham Adams and Sue Clamp invite everyone to join them on 27 June 2020 for the Staffordshire Oatcake Tour - a driving tour centred in the Peak District that they have planned and designed specially for the group.
Day 1 on Saturday, the convoy will leave base camp www.haleshallcaravanandcampingpark.com based in Cheadle and head north onto the moorlands with a first coffee stop in Flash, the highest village in England.
From Flash we head across country to the town of Buxton before heading towards Macclesfield on the Cat & Fiddle Road. Lunch stop will be at the newly refurbished Cat & Fiddle Inn, recently reopened with it's own whiskey distillery, suitably fed and watered the tour will continue back towards the campsite stopping off at Oakamoor to give our cars a blast up the Speed Hill climb course located there.
Day 2 - Sunday's tour takes a gentle turn south to the National Memorial Arboretum with time to explore this thought provoking place. From here on to the National Brewery Museum in Burton on Trent. This organised visit will allow us to park in the museum's inner courtyard, sample the brews on offer, enjoy lunch and check out their collection of vintage brewery vans and their beautiful Shire horses and carriages, finally returning to base camp around 4pm.
Below - images of the National Brewery Centre
For those who prefer not to camp there is a B&B less than 1/2 mile from the site, meaning a stagger back to bed after an evening socialising with the rest of the group is possible.
Abbot's Gaye B&B
Tel 01538 750645 / email@example.com
This tour is open to all members of this group and the Pre Millennial Motors group. Click the button below to indicate if you intend to take part.
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