Somerset Pavilion Appeal – itinerary announced

PavilionSomerset County Cricket Club want local people to be a part of the next event in the Somerset Pavilion Appeal calendar.

From September 29th to October 3rd you can join Marcus Trescothick as he and the players get in the saddle to cycle around the West Country as part of “Pedal for the Pavilion”.

The event begins in St Austell, Cornwall and over the course of five days the riders will travel up to Bath via Plymouth, Exeter and Yeovil before finishing in Taunton.  The total distance of “Pedal for the Pavilion” is approximately 300 miles and will give you the chance to take in some of the most beautiful scenery that the region has to offer.

If you want to be part of this spectacular event, entry costs just £50 per person plus a minimum of £200 sponsorship per day.  This price includes lunch, water and snacks.  You can choose to ride for one day or for more if you wish.

Application forms can be downloaded from the Club website www.somersetcountycc.co.uk

For more information please email: somersetpavilionpedal@gmail.com or call 0845 337 1875.

The Somerset Pavilion Appeal was launched with one vital aim: to raise funds for a stunning new development which will take Somerset County Cricket Club to the next level both on and off the field.

The new facility will comprise high-quality covered seating behind the bowlers arm, alongside a large bar and entertainment area, high-quality corporate/media facilities and a magnificent roof top viewing area.

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Work on the Somerset Pavilion is expected to commence at the end of the 2014 season and once completed the new building will bring the ground to the standard required to host International cricket.

  • Day One: Monday Sept 29th

St. Austell (start) – Callington –Tavistock – Plymouth (finish)

Start at St Austell Brewery

Morning Water Stop: Dobwalls

Lunch Stop: Callington Cricket Club (confirmed)

Afternoon Water Stop: Horrabridge

Finish at Plymouth Barbican or waterfront

Evening meal and hotel in Plymouth

  • Day Two: Tuesday Sept 30th

Plymouth (start) – Yealmpton – Totnes – Dawlish – Exeter – Woodbury Park (finish)

Start on Plymouth Barbican/waterfront, or at a city hotel following a business

breakfast function. Sponsored by Laura Hall (Boutique Collection)

Morning Water Stop: Avonwick

Lunch Stop: Abbotskerswell Cricket Club (confirmed)

Afternoon Water Stops:

  1. Holcombe
  2. Countess Wear

Finish at Woodbury Park Golf & Country Club

Evening meal and hotel at Woodbury Park

  • Day Three: Wednesday Oct 1st

Woodbury Park (start) – Axminster – Yeovil (finish)

Start from Woodbury Park Golf & Country Club following a business

breakfast function. Sponsored by Francis Clark

Morning Water Stop: Bowd (Sidmouth)

Lunch Stop: Axminster Cricket Club (confirmed)

Afternoon Water Stop: Crewkerne

Finish at Yeovil Town Football Club

Evening meal and hotel in Yeovil

  • Day Four: Thursday Oct 2nd  

Yeovil (start) – Frome – Trowbridge – Bath (finish)

Start from Yeovil Town Football Club following a business

breakfast function. Sponsored by Chesterton Humberts (Footy) and Porter Dodson (Robert Fox), Handelsbanken (Jim Durrant), Milstead Langdon (Gary Salter),

Morning Water Stop: Bruton

Lunch Stop: Frome Community College (confirmed)

Afternoon Water Stop: Trowbridge

Finish at Bath Rugby ground

Evening meal and hotel in Bath

  • Day Five: Friday Oct 3rd  

Bath (start) – Wells – Glastonbury – Taunton (finish)

Start from Bath Rugby Club following a business breakfast function

Morning Water Stop: East Harptree

Lunch Stop: Millfield School, Street (confirmed)

Afternoon Water Stop: Othery

Finish at Somerset CCC Taunton

Evening reception function at The County Ground Taunton in 12th Man.

 Total  300 miles (approx.)

Notes:

  1. Mileage is approximate at this stage and subject to amendment once itinerary is finalised. However the daily average distance should be about 60 miles.
  2. All start/lunch/finish points to be confirmed.