[OSS Oxon] Saturday morning, Oxford?
bryn.dymott at btinternet.com
Mon Mar 7 14:00:05 GMT 2011
Hi, anyone likely to be in the Thames in Oxford this Saurday morning? I have
the pleasure of an overnight at the Four Pillars Hote,l off Abingdon Road
(opposite the Hinkey Pool) Friday and wondered if I could gate crash a cold
water plunge before I get off home to the Great Ouse?
It looks like the river runs adjacent to the grounds of the hotel - anyone know
if this is a good swimming spot?
Regards all, spring is a coming - sometime soon,
From: James <james.lowe at datacore.com>
To: ossoxon at earth.li
Sent: Monday, 2 August, 2010 13:34:53
Subject: [OSS Oxon] Swim at Dorchester and/or Little Stoke this eve and/or
tomorrow eve (Mon 1st / Tues 2nd)
If anyone wants to join me either doing a pottering gentle breast stroke or
head-down crawl then I can be at either of these two spots between 19:30 to
19:45 start - the swim would be no longer than about an hour.
Temps are nice at the moment and so you can either suit-up or not.
I don't have any preference which spot I go to as they are both great , both
straight, deep and wide and both suit all levels of swimming.
They are easy to get to, to park at and to change at as well.
Dorchester on Thames
This is marked where the lay-by is.
This is where we would park - there is a track down to the 'Old Dairy' which is
a 2 minute walk to the river, it's very secluded and peaceful here.
If anyone wants to join me on either day let me know which you prefer, else
you'll have to take pot-luck and look for my Green Polo if you turn up on the
Either way I'll be there between those times.
Only reply if you intend coming.
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