PIE, CHIPS AND GRAVY CRUISE

Pooley Bridge Pier
 
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A pie and chips cruise like no other!

Here comes a slight twist as we introduce a NEW foodie option in 2024. Our Pie, chips, and gravy evening cruise will depart from Pooley Bridge pier at 7pm on a two-hour evening cruise with musical entertainment from firm favourite Pete Lashley. 

£36 adult, £23 children (under 13 years). Price includes two-hour evening cruise from Pooley Bridge pier, pie, chips, and gravy (veggie/gluten free options available on booking) and live entertainment. Dogs are not permitted on this event. 

Important Information

  • Parking – there are 3 pay & display car parks within a short walk of Pooley Bridge pier and some on street parking in Pooley Bridge. Please refer to car park signage as to charges and the times that they are applicable.
  • The pier is a 5-10 minute walk from the village / car parks.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes before departure
  • Clothing – please bring a warm coat as it can be chilly out on the lake in the evenings.
  • Facilities onboard – Bar & toilets onboard.
  • In case of cancellations please refer to booking T & C 

Tickets are available to book now!

Pooley Bridge Pier
Time:
7pm
-
9pm


30th July 2024
7pm
9pm
Book now
Price:

Adults: £36
Children: £23 (under 13 years)

 
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