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  • Fellowship Weekend - The National Stud, punting and a doggie sub.

    Last week-end was a time to relax with friends and reflect during our Rotary Fellowship Trip.

    A visit to the finest stone-built town in England, Stamford in South Lincolnshire – an almost perfect, unspoilt, Georgian town. There, tied to a pillar box, was a Maisie May substitute!

    We stayed at the 17th century former coaching inn The Rutland Arms in Newmarket - a racing town - ideal for our visit to The National Stud. What a fantastic and beautifully kept facility for breeding our top racehorses – open to the public since the 1970’s - well worth a visit.

    We had the most entertaining guide and came face to face with the 2004 Grand National winner, Amberleigh House, who lives there in his retirement.

    Saturday was spent in Cambridge with a chance to join Peter B, his family and friends on a punt, if you dared!

    Thank you to Peter and JAK Travel for arranging a thoroughly enjoyable trip.


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