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Royal Deeside 2017

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Day 3 Tuesday 1st August Birsemore.

Day 3 is ‘our’ day shared with ELO, TINTO and STAG.

David Esson, Gareth and Murray have been busy planning courses and showed the team leaders around a rather chilly but scenic Birsemore on Saturday.

As you know it takes a lot of manpower to make sure the event runs smoothly.  It is hoped that as many Gramp members as possible will offer to help on the day, if you are not attending the event but would still like to help you will be very welcome.  Help is required for parking, starts, arena (including IT), string course.

Please contact Helen on sh.and’at’gmx.com with offers of help, if you have a particular preference just let me know.

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