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the proclaimers

For the (literally) hundreds of Tattenhallers who have purchased tickets for Children in Need's CarFest, to be held at Bolesworth in July, we have some great news.

It's a win- win situation, not only will you be able to see the fantastic Proclaimers (Saturday 30th July), you won't have to walk 500 miles to see them!

One of the big questions we're being asked is — will there be pedestrian access to the venue?

The people at Bolesworth have been working hard with their Traffic team to find the ideal solution — and they are seeking to separate pedestrian and vehicle traffic. Pedestrian Access will therefore be via Gate F, Tattenhall Lodge, which is situated at the junction of Dark Lane and Bolesworth Road.

The Webteam will be considering the various routes to that point and assessing the safety issues of each one (including the cows in the bottom field) — and will report back.

In the meantime, if you were wondering where you'd end up if you did walk 500 miles you need to put yourself in the Proclaimer's shoes and study this indepth analysis!

where did the proclaimers walk to

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