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There will be a requirement to work some weekend hours, and to undertake breakfast service from time to time.
The weekly average hours for this part of the role will be between 12 and 20.
First though, here’s a picture of Angela doing some casual milking somewhere along the way – don’t think she’ll get much.
Day 1 My sister Julie, her husband Dave and son Johny dropped us off at Land’s End and we got the bikes put together and got our biking clothes on.
Actually got set off at around 11.30 on our merry way to St Austell.
All I can say about the weather was Noah obviously built his ark somewhere near Land’s End. Had one slight navigational mishap but only a matter of maybe 3 miles and managed fairly well on the whole.
As we left Uffington we just wandered up fairly quiet B and A roads, through Wem and Whitchurch and got to Nantwich.
Seriously thought about sacking my navigator at this point, but as he also is my mechanic I have decided to keep him on but with a stern warning. Got a good early finish today and we are at our accommodation at the Inn on the Wye. Had a bit of a worrying morning when we got onto the A403 around Bristol and the sign said NO ACCESS TO SEVERN CROSSING FROM THE A403!
The second part of the role, making up the remainder of the hours to be agreed, will be as a member of the front of house service team responsible for providing excellent food service to guests.
From time to time other general duties may be required.
Never actually found out if they were made locally but presume they are. Day 6 Thursday was a lesser day as we had routed to call in and see some friends in Northwich who had offered us a bed when we were talking of our plan for the LEJOG last year.
Had a stop in much before heading north west to our hotel, the Corbert Arms. Meant it was about a 50 mile day as we were looking at it roughly whilst planning.