General Section Programme October 2018 to October 2019

7th Oct BAKEWELL, Peaks, via M62
21st Oct HAWKSHEAD, Lakes, via M58
28th Oct (British Summer Time Ends - Clocks Back)
18th Nov SETTLE (Malham), Yorks, via M58
9th Dec CASTLETON (Mam Tor), Peaks, via M62
6th Jan 2019 STAVELY (Brewery), Lakes, via M58
27th Jan BASLOW (Chatsworth), Peaks, via M62
17th Feb AMBLESIDE (Wansfell), Lakes, via M58
10th March CONWAY (Llandudno), Wales, viaTunnel
31st March (British Summer Time Starts - Clocks Forward)
7th April CLAPHAM (Ingleborough), Yorks, via M58
28th April

CONISTON (Old Man), Lakes, via M58

19th May EDALE (Kinder), Peaks, via M62
9th June GLENRIDDING (Ulswater), Lakes, via M58
30th June ANGLESEY (Moelfre), Wales, viaTunnel
21st July GRASMERE (Rydal), Lakes, via M58
11th Aug ILKLEY (Cow & Calf), Yorks, via M58
1st Sept KESWICK (Braithwaite), Lakes, via M58
15th Sept DOVEDALE (Ilam), Peaks, via M62
22nd Sept ANNUAL MASS in Cathedral Crypt
6th Oct LANGDALE (Windermere), Lakes, via M58
20th Oct PENDLE HILL (Barley), Lancs, via M58
27th Oct (British Summer Time Ends - Clocks Back)
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All journeys via M58 pick up at County Road Opposite Walton Church, The Black Bull, Old Roan and Pimbo at J3 on the M58.

All journeys via M62 pick up at Edge Lane Drive, end of Broadgreen Road. And Warrington Central B&Q.

Tunnel journeys
are straight out from William Brown Street in town, with a pick up at tunnel exit by arrangement.

All journeys depart from William Brown Street Opposite Liverpool Museum. And leave at 9.00 a.m.

We have been asked to provide details of safe, affordable parking.

Here is one that has been recommended & whilst the club cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information or guarantee the safety of your vehicle, etc, etc..

Secure Car Park
Liverpool Central, 1 Heathfield Street (Off Renshaw St) L1 4AT

(tel:0845 600 6456)

Parking for the time you will need is 24 hours for £8
Normal pre-booked online daily rate (6-24 hours) is £6 (+ 75p admin fee)
But if you click on promotion, you can pay just £4 (+ 50p admin fee)

CONTACT MOBILE PHONES (Used on Sundays only)
Sally 07866 405545 Pete 07799 151756 
and Helen 07933 302435
Make a note of them as you may need them on your walk.

Seniors Section Rambles House Meetings (all 11 a.m to 1 p.m.)

House Meetings are 11 am to 1 pm and are held on the second thursday of the month

For information contact Jean McDonald on 0151 526 6775

There will still be walks but the dates and leaders will be arranged at the House Meetings each month.


The cost of a coach ramble is £12, and bookings may be made either on the coach return journey, or by contacting Will Harris or Sally Parry.

Advance booking is essential, by telephone or by email.

CANCELLATIONS must be made by Tuesday night prior to the ramble otherwise members will be liable to pay the full charge for an empty coach seat.

Coach departures are at 9.00 am prompt unless otherwise stated.

New members may book by sending a cheque made payable to “L.C.R.A.” to;

Will Harris, 57 Higher Road, Halewood, Liverpool, L26 1TA
(Tel: 0151 486 6541)

Sally Parry (Tel: 0151 280 4844 / 07866405545)

Clothing and equipment

Members must be suitably dresses and are reminded that they walk at their own risk. Hiking boots must be worn, but on return to the coach you should have a pair of shoes or trainers to replace those muddy boots.

Do not wear jeans made with 100% cotton as they retain moisture – combined with the cold, this could lead to hypothermia. Trousers made with a synthetic fibre/cotton mix are more water-resistant.

You should carry a day rucksack (leaving hands free) containing waterproofs, hat, gloves, spare jumper, sufficient food and plenty of drink plus some instant energy food (eg: a bar of chocolate).

Sun bloc cream is essential in the summer. Everyone should carry a small first aid kit and a torch for emergencies. In case of saturating rain you should leave a change of clothes on the coach, not in your rucksacks.

Leaders’ Duties

All leaders should familiarise themselves of their duties and appoint a whipper-in. They must plan their walk enabling return to Liverpool well before 10.30pm.

Conduct and discipline

Members are expected to maintain the high standard of conduct of the association. Rambling can also be potentially dangerous and strict discipline is required. Members violating rules or not heeding the leader may be subject to disciplinary action by the committee.

Officers and Committee 2016/17




Chairman                                             GEORGE RILEY
Vice-Chairman                                 HELEN HEUSTON
General Secretary                                  SALLY PARRY
Treasurer                                                  WILL HARRIS
Registrar                                                CHRIS HARRIS

General Committee


Seniors’ Section Committee
Chairman                                              LEO PEARSON
 Registrar                                     MAUREEN HOWARD
Social Secretary                                    PAT PEARSON
Rambling Secretary                        JEAN MCDONALD

Pages updated by David Parry 16th October 2018
No responsibility is accepted for errors or ommissions

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