The coach departs
from William Brown Street (Click
here for a map) on Sundays at 9.00 a.m. and we endeavour to return
by 9.30 p.m. at the latest (generally earlier in winter).
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, with a pick up at tunnel exit by arrangement.
Members are reminded that they walk at their own risk.
is not allowed on the coach. Advance booking is essential,
by telephone or by email
and the currrent charge is £12 per person.
THE AIR CRASH 9TH AUGUST 1968
This was a momentous day in the long history of the LCRA. It was the day when eight lady members of the LCRA, travelling abroad for a walking holiday, died when their outward-bound flight crashed in Germany killing all on board.
See Newsletter HERE
- New Walk Leaders Needed
Attention - the club requires more leaders.
If you are interested could you please contact LCRA or speak to Sally/Helen at the clubs next outing!
The club will support new leaders in their training.
See link below for the peak district navigation courses.
If enough people are interested a car share can be organised.
New flyer available to advertise the club in A4 and A5
Download A4 Here Download A5 Here
|- Edward Quinn has created a LCRA Nostalgia Area containing all kinds of documents and photos from the last 50 years of the club. We recomend you have a look:
Waterproof jacket ~ showerproof is not good enough. Waterproof
trousers are advisable.
2) Woolly or fleece jacket, even in summer.
3) Hat ~ woolly in winter and wide-brimmed in summer.
5) Socks ~ loop-pile or specified walking socks are best.
6) Other clothing ~ man-made fibres are generally best although
other quick-drying materials are suitable. Jeans are not to
be recommended at any time as they retain moisture – combined with the cold, this could lead to hypothermia.
7) Hiking boots ~ are essential for A and B walks. Stout
shoes may be suitable for C walks in good weather conditions.
bring a change of clothing, which can be safely left on the coach. (no
– (leaving hands free) containing waterproofs, hat, gloves, spare jumper, sufficient food and plenty of drink (hot or cold) plus some instant energy food (eg: a bar of chocolate).
b) Cash – for future bookings, pub stop and emergencies.
c) Everyone should carry sun block, a small first aid kit and a torch for emergencies.
The cost of
a coach ramble is £12 per person and bookings may be made either on the coach return
journey or by contacting Will Harris.
CANCELLATIONS must be made by Tuesday night prior to ramble; otherwise members will be liable to pay in full for their empty coach seat.
departures are at 9.00 am prompt.
New members may book by sending a cheque made payable to “L.C.R.A.”
Harris, 57 Higher Road, Halewood, Liverpool, L26 1TA
(Tel: 0151 486 6541)
is £6 per year (Single) and £8 per year (Married couple).
Subscription is renewed each September. The first two walks are complementary
but prospective members must submit completed membership form before a