Category Archives: Cumbria

Cartmel, Home of the Sticky Toffee Pudding.

Cartmel is situated 2 miles north of Grange –over –Sands in Cumbria and horse racing takes place here several times a year. Cartmel’s religious history dates back to 677 when King Egfrith of Northumbria gave the village to St Cuthbert. … Continue reading

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Recce for Pooley Bridge walk.

                                              Panoramic view of the Chimney on Loadpot Hill. Yesterday Les, Chris and I did the recce for the ‘A’ party walk at Pooley Bridge which we will visit on September 1st it was not easy to put together a … Continue reading

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Kirkby Stephen

Last Sunday the club visited Kirkby Stephen. The ‘A’ walk was led by Martin Murphy and walked up to Nine Standards Rigg. They started from the main square in Kirkby Stephen and followed the coast to coast path up to … Continue reading

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Patterdale

Sunday 30th June 2013. Today the club visited Patterdale in the Lake District. The ‘A ‘party walk was led by Margaret Bevan, From Patterdale we crossed Goldrill Beck and made our way to Boredale Hause From here we crossed Martindale … Continue reading

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Coniston

Yesterday I went out walking with my local rambling club, Crosby CHA. Our destination was Coniston and I did the “B” walk led by Ray McNamara. From the village we walked up past the Sun Hotel to take the path … Continue reading

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Grasmere

Sunday 14th October 2012. The club visited Grasmere where Keith Tattersall led the B walk. Leaving Grasmere past Allen bank, the home of Wordsworth from 1808 to 1811, we ascend Silver How crossing Wray Gill. Descending we make our way … Continue reading

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Broughton in Furness, The C walk

Keith Tattersall led the C party on a 7 mile walk. Leaving the square in Broughton by the north east corner we cross the disused railway track and then turn right to enter fields. Heading past Wall End we cross … Continue reading

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