CORNISHMAN said:I AGREE WITH THE PREVIOUS POINT THAT IT WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE TO HAVE BEEN KEPT FULLY INFORMED, BUT ITS NOW UP TO SITES LIKE THIS AND THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE TO LET THE ORGANISERS KNOW IF THIS MOVE IS UNPOPLULAR. .
CORNISHMAN said:I KNOW MY GEOGRAPHY IS NOT MY STRONG POINT BUT I DONT BELIEVE THAT ANYONE CAN CALL HARROGATE CENTRAL. IF IT IS ID LIKE TO KNOW WHAT ITS CENTRAL TO.
IF THEY ARE LOOKING FOR A MORE CENTRAL SITE WHAT ABOUT THE MIDLANDS. SURPRISINGLY ITS ROUGHLY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE COUNTRY, NOT IN THE NORTH. BIRMINGHAM MAYBE. REACHABLE BY MANY BANDS IN A DAYS TRIP IF THEY THINK IT RIGHT SO TO DO.
geordiecolin said:Sorry to confuse you all even more, but the geographical centre of Britain is a little town called Haltwhistle in Northumberland, about 30 miles West of Newcastle.
ploughboy said:Could we not have a 5 town cycle say Harrogate/Blackpool/Manchester/Birmingham and Sheffield, just as an example!!!!