Sunday 2nd August, we had a good turnout for the breakfast to the Cliff Top Cafe Folkstone.
Tuesday 4th a few of us rode over to The Drum Stanford to visit East Kent branch, but unfortunately they were not in.
Saturday 8th it was a very eventful run to the Galley Cafe Seaford, when all goes to plan the drop off system is great, but Chris had to work overtime on this run, when one breaks away, they all follow, bit like sheep.
Our British Bike Night was well attended on Wednesday 12th in the field at The Robin Hood, thank you Mandy, Debbie and Ros for organising the refreshments, a good bit was raised for our chosen charity, The Air Ambulance.
Saturday 15th at The Robin Hood we celebrated 40 years for the Rother branch, it was not quite as we had planned but with a limit on numbers due to the current times a good time was had by all.
Sunday 23rd another breakfast run this time to Tea Pot Island Yalding.
Wednesday 26th we had planned on a ride out to the White Hart Newenden but with help out to eat out the pub would have been heaving, so we ended up down the Hastings Angling Club where we had room to put social distancing in to place.
Bank holiday Monday we had a breakfast run to Heavens Farm north of Sheffield Park, another eventful one, The Shepherd at the back was too far back and lost 3 of his flock, but 2 did turn up , Mike enjoyed his solo ride back home.
11th November Rother Branch AGM at The Robin Hood.