Posted by: Griff Grof on 21st Jul 2016
This year, the GAGB aims to make itself even more accessible to its members. One key way of achieving this is through our new roving event format. For our second roving event, we went 87 miles south from our first in Shropshire to Coaley Peak (Gloucestershire) on July 17th (GC6M72T).
Our event host, committee member Kim Leonard, reports on an enjoyable afternoon:
Coaley Peak, near Stroud in Gloucestershire is a popular place for dog walkers and picnics with brilliant views over to Wales and the Brecon Beacons.
The event was well attended and lots of information leaflets were handed out on the day explaining all about the work the GAGB does as well as GAGB cupcakes made by Leonards193. I was joined by fellow committee member Griff Grof and founding member Mr Wombles, Dave, who brought with him the elusive Cuckoo cache (D5/T1) - a great one to log and a brilliant added bonus for the event.
A big thank you to all that attended, especially Geraldine (Wibsey Wench) for all the delicious baking and goodies she brought along with her, much appreciated.
Where and when will the next roving event be? Watch this space for an announcement soon.