Meeting at Austwick 9.45am, 8 miles approx taking… in the delights of Feizor, Stackhouse, Little Stainforth and Wharfe with a café stop at Knight Stainforth. Please let Fiona know of your interest.
Hi everyone. You may or may not know that Sylvia as sourced a logo and company to provide us with clothing if you feel you would like to purchase.
I will be bringing a catalogue to the quiz night John Brayshaw is hosting at the Cavendish and will get it to the Christmas meet .Please feel free to have a look through if you are attending either. Alternatively you can visit MC Sports on Sackville street in Skipton to look at their catalogue. They do prefer bulk orders so maybe we could all liaise with each other to order at the same time. For those that have already ordered the eta is late next week.
Hi All. A couple of us are off to Buckden for a walk up Buckden Gill to Buckden Pike on Sunday 18 Nov. We aim to leave Buckden at 10.30am and to be finished before dark.
Join us if you would like to. Let me know if you are coming so that we can look out for you. Ring me, if sharing transport would suit you. (0797 485 3146).
Best wishes to all.
Is anyone available to climb this weekend?
Dennis is giving a potted history talk of the development of climbing in West Yorkshire at the Central Library in Leeds on Tuesday 27th November.
The bar opens at 5.30pm, talk commences at 6.00pm.
It will be free to attend, but in order for the Library staff to estimate the attendance, they politely request that tickets be booked in advance via:
If that does not work go on the Leeds Central Library web site and click on events.
In researching this subject, one has to come to a view of how key these developments have been in the overall
story of British and even international climbing. And what a galaxy of ‘stars’ have emerged from our Broad Acres,
Slingsby, Botterill, Frankland, Dolphin, Austin, Livesey, Fawcett etc……. Time will of necessity be limited but I will
try to put this story into context, whilst not forgetting the impact of the original Leeds University Wall. Constructed in 1964….
Please put the word out about this event to a wider audience. All will be welcome.