Just an historical post Ray Price joined about the same time as I did i.e before a lot of you were born. He was mainly a hill walker I have many happy memories of some of our trips such as bivvying mid winter in an old quarry cave at the head of Longsleddale.It was of course cold and wet. Then there was the first view of what was to be the Bury Hostel at Glenridding It also was flooded, a far cry from the current hostel which Ray and I both helped to get through its early years. Ray had…Continue
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Mountaineering Club of Bury – AGM minutes – May 7th 2014
Meeting chaired by Derek Kenyon, minutes Jill Brumby; members present 23
1. Committee nominations.
Thanks were given in recognition of all the work done for the Club to the outgoing Chair (Will Shaw), Treasurer (Graham Stevens) and Secretary (Geoff Proctor) and Tony Hewitson (equipment officer).
Nominated and seconded to the following positions were:
Chair – Jon…Continue
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After practically a full 2 years out with injuries ,I'm hoping to get back to climbing again at the tender age of 67 (on the instructions of my physio).Of course,for me it raised the issue of "How do you climb ?" -memory loss being a major component of the ageing process.Then having sorted a few books out ,I realised I was missing 2 DVDs -Libby Peter's Rock Climbing Essentials and Neil Gresham's Masterclass.So ,I'm wondering if I have lent them to anyone in the club.
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As most of you know, I am Spanish, from Mallorca. I came here 9 Month ago to start an adventure, a new leaf in my life.
My passions are mountains and climbing, I am an IT professional and my Hobby is programming unmanned vehicles leaded by microcontrollers, and fortunately I met the MOB in the right place at the right time.
The first thing I did when I arrived was go to climbing wall, and there was when I met Graham, and later Derek. I joined to MOB quite early and I started to…Continue
I arrived at the bunkhouse in Lanfairfechan for the weekend not knowing quite what to expect. There were a couple of familiar faces but otherwise just a handful of random friendly mountain bikers. I hadn’t taken a bike so was planning on walking - or climbing, should someone willing to show me the ropes (literally!). As it happened that person was Matt. Full of enthusiasm he seemed more than willing to take myself and Fiona, both comparative beginners but with a…Continue
Found this one with a bit more notice than the quiz this Saturday - both events will be excellent no doubt. I'm trying very hard to be at both.
We used to have a regular UKC Transpennine Meet - climbing, walking and / or beers - for people living across the transpennine corridor mostly between…Continue
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below is a copy of the text from Martin Koscis on Facebook - am keen, anyone wanna join my team, camp in the Cross Keys beer garden for nowt has been offered by landlord,,, n free pie, chips and peas. Am I selling this to you?
Remember that the Chew Valley Amazing Prize Quiz of the Year is on Saturday 7th December (7.30pm at The Cross Keys, Uppermill). There'll be 50 questions testing your knowledge of Chew Valley routes & history, local folklore,…Continue
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Am finally filling in my logbook - only up to early 90's so far but if you climbed with me you will be there.
sorry to people whose names I have forgotton - lot of water (and stronger liquids) under the bridge :-)
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Thirty five miles in a day was a tough call and the longest I have ever considered. Throw on top of that the hottest day of the year and lack of reprovisioning stops.
The route runs between Disley and Kidsgrove Train Station so is easy to access but given the distance it is for the summer only needing at least 14 hours of daylight.
The route runs through quiet rural Cheshire along a gritstone ridge for a lot of its length. The two of us took a south-north route though most do…Continue
Sit-starts, injuries, and an unmentionable incident with a chalk bag - all in a short evenings work for a MoB midweek raid into West Yorkshire.
West Nab is the highest point on the West Yorkshire moors. Derek had been given the heads up by Dom and we had the Over the Moors guide to point us towards a huge number of problems, so off we went. Jordan and I navigated while Derek drove so, obviously, we were a bit later than planned, but eventually me, Derek, Jordan and Ivan met…Continue
Does anybody know Dom's contact details, if so, can you message them on to me.
Had far to many pictures from Roaches to upload, so click on the link below to go to the drop box
you can then download any you might want for yourselves
After last years revamp of Deeply by the members of the Mob, we decided to start on phase two project of digging out the next bouldering bay on the left. After doing an exploratory dig last year I knew that the going wouldn't be that hard, that said it still needed shifting and my back always complains afterwards . We decided that rather than barrowing all the soil away we would just pull the soil away from the face and while making the face higher it…Continue
I have secured exclusive use of Dalby Forest YHA for the above weekend. 21 places are available. The date set was the only one available around the time we normally go and I hope it fits with as many people as possible. The Hostel is SELF CATERING. There is enough cycling for one day at Dalby on marked tracks for all abilities which is only 2 miles from the YHA. Ian Boddy is in the process of sorting a Cross Country ride for the other day. There is a Pub near by as I realise this is a…Continue
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it's minutes time again.
since the last meeting,…Continue
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