Lancashire Cachers are passing through Kirby Lonsdale tonight on the way to a bothy night high on the Pennines.
We will meet for a quick chat in the Market Cross
Here is some info about the structure from Wikipedia.
The building is in Tudor Gothic style, it is built in stone, and consists of an octagonal canopy with a low pyramidal slate roof. There are eight arches with leaf decoration in the spandrels. The piers have stepped buttresses containing round-headed niches, and each is surmounted by an obelisk and a ball. The frieze is inscribed, above it is an embattled parapet, and on the apex of the roof is a large stone cross. It is belived to have been built in 1905 and is a grade 2 listed bulding.
Please be aware this is an outdoor meeting, though it is under cover.
There are several food outlets close-by that should be open if you wish to eat with us.
There will be a logbook to sign should you wish to.
Thanks for looking, hope to see you there.