The Pashley Treasure Hunt
Saturday 11 Oct 2014

The Pashley Treasure Hunt is part of the celebrations of Kingston's Later Life Festival
 
In this  cycling challenge you can either use one of our classic Pashley bicycles or bring your own, to visit all of the Kingston libraries to gather information and pictures to enter our competition. 
 
All participants will receive a goodie bag with a map, instruction sheet, clues and answer sheet and a bottle of water. The map will show the suggested route. There are two routes:
 
  • Classic Novel (allow 2.5hours)
  • Short Stories (allow 1.5hrs)

Both start and finish at Surbiton Library.  You can either go solo, in your own group or our staff will be on hand to escort groups around each of the courses (recommended for less experienced or solo riders). 
 
We will leave from Surbiton Library at 9.30am on Saturday 11 October. Map here.
For more details on the Treasure Hunt call 020 8547 5992.

Starts:
09:30 - Saturday 11/10/2014
Ends:
12:30 - Saturday 11/10/2014
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