Due to the current government restrictions we are closed until further notice.
We would like to thank everyone for their kind telephone messages and e-mails.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU ALL BACK IN THE NEAR FUTURE
STAY SAFE BUT PLEASE STAY AT HOME
John, Paula and everyone at Cameley Lodge
Our first sightings today of 2 swallows over Cameley Lakes - lovely seeing them back.
Cameley Lodge Laundry
Corona Virus Notice
Due to the current situation as from Monday 23rd March until further notice collection of all laundry items will continue on the following terms.
Collection will only be made if a telephone or e-mail request is received at least 1 day prior to normal collection day. TELEPHONE 01761 451787 or 01761 452790
Items laundered will be washed at a temperature under current guidelines recommended.
All items collected must be placed in a tie bag and left in a convenient area for collection and return without personal contact.
Obviously Government daily guidelines may change and effect the service that we can offer but we are trying to prioritise those with greatest need.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT COLLECTION WILL NOT BE MADE UNLESS REQUESTED
We have vacancies for waiting staff on a casual basis - Mid-week lunch times and Sunday Lunch time.
Please call John or Paula on 01761 452790.
What a fantastic SEPTEMBER - 3 RUNS 3 WINS
Chris Dwyer sent Arcanista to the seaside. - Brighton to be exact and what a result.
Teaming up with Silvestre de Sousa (Champion Jockey) Arcanista ran out the clear winner on September 3rd - that was
just great we thought, BUT
on September 10th the same combination, the same course, they again, did the job in the same manner, we were over the moon! and THEN
September 17th NO Silvestre (he rode in a Group race in France - and won!) so a very capable young jockey called Lewis Edmunds (19 years of age) took the ride at the same track and again did the same thing - WON - WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!
We must say a HUGE THANK YOU to Chris and Shelley DWYER and their TEAM at Newmarket and not forgetting of course the CHAMPION JOCKEY Silvestre de Sousa and the talented young apprentice Lewis Edmunds.
I don't understand how hotels and pubs located on major trunk roads can say that they are "situated in a peaceful village", when in fact their accommodation is situated no more than say 5 metres from the kerb of a major trunk road or looking out onto some industrial estate. - how can this be a true statement - I wonder at times!
At least at Cameley you are actually looking out over rural countryside, you can hear the song birds, not have the thud of traffic constantly passing night and day. Life has to have some pleasures.