W. Bro. Colin Lemin ReachesThe Half-Way Point OnHis Offa's Dyke Walk

W. Bro. Colin Lemin of St Asaph Lodge No. 8034, has now reached the half-way point of his arduous journey following the path of Offa’s Dyke between Chepstow in the South and Prestatyn in the North.

For those wishing to follow Colin’s progress on the second part of his journey, he will be updating his Blog daily which you can follow at the following address. [ Colins’ Blog ]

Please come and give him a huge welcome when you join him at the finish on Prestatyn beach on Saturday afternoon where, after a traditional blister-cooling paddle in the sea, he will share a glass of well deserved bubbly or orange juice with those present.

W. Bro. Colin Lemin Reaches The Half-Way Point On His Offa's Dyke Walk

W. Bro. Colin Lemin of St Asaph Lodge No. 8034, has now reached the half-way point of his arduous journey following the path of Offa’s Dyke between Chepstow in the South and Prestatyn in the North.

For those wishing to follow Colin’s progress on the second part of his journey, he will be updating his Blog daily which you can follow at the following address. [ Colins’ Blog ]

Please come and give him a huge welcome when you join him at the finish on Prestatyn beach on Saturday afternoon where, after a traditional blister-cooling paddle in the sea, he will share a glass of well deserved bubbly or orange juice with those present.

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