Note: Please contact the leader of the ramble if you wish to attend.
Tuesday 8th December 2020, 9.50am - Appleton Roebuck - Bolton Percy. Leader: Marion Hall
* General guidance for leaders can be found below.
A number of temporary rules and restrictions have been introduced to comply with Government Covid-19 guidance, they are as follows :-
1. Face masks are to be worn during coach travel. Protective gloves are optional on the coach, but highly recommended during rambles for opening of gates, climbing styles etc.
2. Personal sanitisers are recommended for use during the coach travel and the rambles.
3. Only one pickup point after the coach depot will be used, that will be Clarence Street car park.
4. The first boarding the coach should sit at the back. The following boarders are to sit nearest the back loading towards the front. 'Last on — first off' and reverse principal applies.
5. No documents will be circulated around the coach. A, B and C ramble maps and descriptions will be emailed to members prior to the ramble.
6. Coach fees will be collected as the coach is boarded. The fee of £10.00 is to be placed in a sealed envelope with the members name on it, or paid by BACS transfer.
7. Strict ramble bookings are required to support 'National Track and Trace'.
8. Rambles will be limited to 30 people.
Track & Trace process
If you test positive for Covid-19 and are required to provide contact details to National Track and Trace, please contact Tony who will provide contact details for the people on the ramble you were on. Tony will also contact the people to advise them that they should self-isolate for 14 days from the date of the positive test (as legally required).
13th Crayke [Leaders: A:Katherine Angus, B: Adele Storr, C: Jill Turnbull] This majestic, historic village is close to home, a Civil War siege occurred here; and in the 1930’s, the Club once owned a cottage in the village! Good interesting rambles to be had from the village, especially towards the Hambleton hills.
New Years Day - Friday 1st Fulford/Heslington [Leader: Rita Rawnsley] Welcome in the new year with our traditional NYD ramble. This gentle ramble takes in many interesting features close to home.
3rd Knaresborough [Leaders: A/B: Norman Dixon/Marion Hall, C: Maureen Smith]
24th Coldstones Cut/Pateley Bridge [Leaders: A: Roy Love, B: Jean Grant, C: Jean Dobbin] Coldstones Cut is a massive piece of rural public art, created by Andrew Sabin, it is located on Greenhow Hill west of Pateley Bridge in Nidderdale and a visit is likely to be a part of the rambles. Nidderdale is one of the Club’s favourite locations for rambles, plenty of paths to choose from and glorious views guaranteed.
14th Londesborough [Leaders: A: Chris Spencer, B: Tony Anderson, C: Evelyn Gadsden] A Valentine’s Day visit to the rolling chalk hills of the Wolds. Another favourite rambling area, but wrap up well it can be a little exposed to winds.
7th Middleham [Leaders: A: Sylvia Fishwick, B: Irene Walton, C: Peter Little] Famed for its castle and racehorses, Middleham lies in Wensleydale and with the River Ure close by, provides a wide variety of rambles to suit all abilities.
28th Flamborough [Leaders: A: Katherine Angus, B: Chris Spencer, C: Noel Shouksmith/John Heath] We venture to the coast for the chance to walk along the cliffs, sample the sea air, watch the sea birds and enjoy some pleasant rambling.
18th Cawthorne [Leaders: A: Colin Dennis, B: Alan Woodward/Graeme Hartley, C: Jenny Anderson] Cawthorne is a village west of Barnsley and was once a mining village but is now a very attractive place to live within easy reach of the countryside.
20th Hawes (Early Start)
11th Bolton Abbey - The Strid
25th Roseberry Topping
12th Wainstones/Chop Gate
3rd Golden Acre Park
17th Shelley area/Kirklees
5th Otley Chevin (Xmas Dinner)
General Guidance for leading a local ramble
1. Members are asked to volunteer to lead local rambles to support members who are unable to go on a coach-based ramble at the present time.
2. There will have to be a maximum of 30 members per ramble group, at the discretion of the ramble leader.
3. The rambles should be circular with the start /finish point easily accessible by car, bike, bus or walking.
4. These local rambles can take place on any day of the week and any time of the day.
5. It is hoped that these rambles will be of varying lengths, to suit the requirements of all members.
6. Once these rambles have been planned, the ramble leader should contact Tony Anderson so that the following information can be posted on the website and emailed to members:
· Leaders name and telephone number
· Date and time of the ramble
· Start /finish location
· Length of ramble, distance and time
· Car parking details, bus details etc
· A brief description of the ramble
· Any available refreshments at the finish
Note from Tony: Only basic details of each ramble will be published on the website, with more information about each ramble being emailed to members.