Lake District's Mountain Goat service celebrating 40th anniversary
Last updated at 16:09, Friday, 11 May 2012
A Lakeland travel service is looking for friends and memorabilia to help mark a milestone.
Mountain Goat, which runs routes through some of the most remote parts of Cumbria, is 40 this year.
A get-together of people connected with the service is being held at Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, Windermere, on Sunday.
There is already a strong guest list, but a late call has been made for anyone with connections to Mountain Goat to register to attend.
Many pieces of memorabilia from the last four decades have also already been handed over.
Managing director, Peter Nattrass, says: “Calls are coming in on a daily basis and we are adding to our guest list, discovering where some old friends, employees and clients now are.
“We would still like to find others who have helped us to grow our business and hope that the word can be passed on.”
To get an invitation, call 01539 44516. Anyone with memorabilia can take it to the Mountain Goat office in Victoria Street, Windermere.
First published at 14:05, Friday, 11 May 2012
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk
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