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The 2017 Summer Programme and Newsletter are now available.

  • Sad news – Ron Bailey – see News for funeral details
  • Two new long weekend budget trips announced for spring 2018 – Wirksworth, Peak District in March and Llangollen in early May – see News
  • The coach is filling up – book NOW for the Summer Outing to Sheringham on Sunday 18th June – see News
  • No volunteer(s) so far to organise Autumn Coach/hotel trips from 2018 on; PLEASE OFFER – see News
  • Bookings are being taken for the Club coach/hotel trip to the Forest of Dean & Wye Valley, 13th to 15th October 2017 – see News
  • Sorry now full! Lakes week 2017 – Saturday 9th to 16th September, based in Windermere. See News section
  • Two autumn 2017 budget weekend trips: Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October at Glossop Travelodge in the Peak District and Friday 10th to Sunday 12th November at Truleigh Hill YH, South Downs (both 2 nights). See News
  • A week’s walking from Middleham in Wensleydale, Yorkshire confirmed for August 2017 – see News; still a few places in shared rooms in a self-catering house available
  • Spring 2017 South West Coast Path walk – Friday 2nd to Friday 9th June, based Lynton, Devon is now full – but there are B&Bs close by. See News section
  • The CRC annual subscription of £4.00 is due 1st November each year; no sub – no programme or newsletter! Please pay by Standing Order

 

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Sad news – Ron Bailey

Ron Bailey, one of the Club’s most active and long-standing members, died on 9th May, aged 101, just 3 days after his birthday. The funeral service will be held at 3.00pm on Tuesday 6th June at the West Suffolk Crematorium at Westley. His family have asked us to let old friends know that they will be very welcome to attend the service. The Rambling Club played a large part in Ron’s life for many years and he contributed enormously. Many members will have been on one of his meticulously researched London trips, not to speak of a fantastic range of local walks, which he continued to lead well into his 90s. He will be sorely missed.

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