Day trip to Rye and Hastings – 16 June 2016

All are welcome to join Barnet Seniors’ (55+) coach trip to two small coastal towns each with important historic connections. Rye, one of the Cinque Ports, is England’s best-preserved medieval town, once almost entirely surrounded by water and now 2 miles from the open sea. Town and shops within easy walking distance, also market, tea rooms and restaurants.

Then on to the old-fashioned sea-side town to Hastings, with well-preserved old town, fishing fleet and the remains of the first castle to be built in England by William and Conqueror.

Arrival time in Rye between 11 and 11.30am . We spend 2 hours in Rye then half an hour trip on to Hastings – free time in Hastings from 2pm until about 4.30pm home around 6.30 to 6.45 pm.

Cost £20 per head

Thursday 16 June 2016. Pick up from Everyman Cinema Barnet or Sainsbury, North Finchley.

Comfortable 39 Seat Coach (Reggies Coaches)

Booking is essential call 0203 778 0151 and leave a message we will call you back. Or email: bsabarnet@outlook.com . We have a few seats still available (as at 1 June). All are welcome.