1. Caramel Pannacotta, with honeycomb and stem ginger
2. Baked egg custard tart, with a mulled wine gel.
3. Selection of cheese and biscuits
4. Traditional Christmas Pudding with Brandy Sauce
Plus, freshly brewed tea & coffee
If you haven’t already got one, you can download the booking form HERE
If you have already made your payment then your seat on the ramble will have been confirmed.
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COMMITTEE NEWS: At the Committee meeting on the 13th October we welcomed some ‘Associate’ Committee members to help with the running of the club. Gayle Bell, David Beech and Richard Mawdsley. We are very grateful for their help and views.
The proposed destinations for the 2019/20 programme have been voted on and we are currently compiling the dates with the planned destinations. More to follow. The final programme will be put to the AGM in March next year.
The next committee meeting is scheduled for the 17th November. If you have any questions or comments for the Committee, then please contact the Secretary:
The 2019 Walking Holiday to Crieff will take place on Sunday 7th April 2019. The trip includes coach transfers to Crieff and 5 nights at The Crieff Hydro. Single rooms have been taken but double rooms are still available. The cost is £490pp sharing a double or twin room. For more details, contact G-Line on 01253 725999
POINTS BASED GRADING SYSTEM
Check out the new Points Based Grading System:
Members who take photos on any of our walks are invited to forward them to Allan Clarke as we want to refresh our Photo Gallery.
Similarly, if you would like to put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard we would love to hear of your experiences with us.
CLAPHAM WALK: The forecast wasn’t brilliant but for the most part we remained dry. The stunning Autumn colours more than made up for a bit of early morning drizzle and whist the views from the top of Ingleborough were non existent, all the groups all had a great day out. We welcomed another new Leader, John Cooper, who aided by a number of regulars on the B-Team, got everyone around safely having enjoyed the challenging ascent out of Ingleton. Chris Cox completed his circumnavigation of the major fells above Clapham and Allan treated the C party to an exciting detour around the Norber Erratics, one of the finest fields of glacial boulders in Britain. Deposited by the last Ice Age, they consist of great perched blocks of dark grit which stand on the limestone platforms Most peculiar!