Alan is going to walk us 5 1/2 miles with a 705ft assent to the top of Darwen's Jubilee Tower, where you will be stunned and amazed at the panoramic views as far as the Yorkshire Dales in the East, Morecambe Bay, Blackpool Tower and the Isle of Man in the West (that's if its not raining - if its raining you won't see owt!). The paths are well defined and it should take no longer than 2 hours. You will be ready for your dinner when you get back.
As you will have walked up the hill we thought you have earned a cheeky beer or a glass of wine to have with your roast so that's included in the price - just the one mind!
Today's roast is chicken, I usually put a variety of vegetables in with the chicken to roast and caramelize to add flavour to the roasting juices which in turns makes the most delicious gravy - I have made men cry with the wonder of my gravy
... If you are a vegetarian and would still like to come let me know and we will rustle up something equally as delicious.
Roast potatoes and at least three different kinds of vegetables with the biggest Yorkshire puddings on Thompson Street.
For pudding we have warm straight out of the oven chocolate brownies served with cream and ice cream and some fluffy, soft home made scones with butter, cream and a very wide selection of jams.
If you have room there is the mega cheeseboard with a selection of foreign and local cheese some hard, some soft - so soft they are practically gooey served with grapes, walnuts, figs, biscuits and homemade chilli tomato chutney (made by Ginny) and a selection of biscuits.
Freshly ground coffee and tea, mint tea, green tea, liquorice tea, pomegranate and apple tea and decaf coffee if anyone wants one and a selection of after dinner mints.