GeneralPosted by LizS Sat, June 15, 2019 13:09:10
Below is a message from Chris. I have never met Anne but hopefully someone who knows her will read the blog andpass th information on to other who might want to know.
I hope this is the right email address for the committee. Last night I met the nephew of Anne Mazur, who used to walk with Sheffield Ramblers for many years. He told me she died recently after a short battle with cancer. Her funeral is this Tuesday, 18th June, 2pm at Hutcliffe Wood Crematorium.
I think there will be a number of ramblers who remember Anne so, if you feel it is appropriate, perhaps one of you could put it on the blog? I'm sorry, I've never put anything on the blog, so am not yet registered, and am not able at the moment to start the process of registering (grandchildren staying with us, and sleeping in the computer room!).
Thanks for that.
GeneralPosted by angela Thu, May 30, 2019 20:49:34
Geoff Woolhouse has just 6 places on this coach trip that he can offer us. It is on Thursday 6th June with pick up at the Penny Black at 08.30am prompt. The cost is £13.50.
The walk is from Maghull Railway Station to Crosby beach (Anthony Gormleys 'Another Place')
Non walkers will be dropped off in Liverpool for sightseeing etc.
Anyone wishing to book a place should call Geoff on 284 7255/07580 390151
FixitPosted by Jan Thu, May 23, 2019 19:12:22
We are going to improve 4 stiles this month.
Moving existing post further out into the field to allow the gate to fully open
Putting in timber hand post with yellow arrows both ways
Cutback around stile and some improvement of stonework
Digging and cutting equipment
Parking for these two stiles is on the road down from Bradfield Secondary school opposite footpath sign on the right
Need 3 people for these two stiles. Barry, Laurence and Cynthia for cutback?
Re-build stone work on both sides of stile of steps (most work on lower side of stile)
Muscles and stone-cutting chisels.
Parking at Spitewinter Farm ( down track and park on the track off to the left, making sure not to park on the grass)
John, David H, David K .
Depending on how many workers some can move down from this stile to Location 10 to do an easy job of moving/lowering/raising stones to improve on existing stile.
Chris, you can have a holiday this month as there is no carpentry!
I will bring the one pole we need and project tools.
GeneralPosted by LizS Sun, May 19, 2019 21:40:32
The next Coach Ramble will be on Tuesday 18th June and will go to Holme for a walk to Marsden.
The coach will depart from Pond Hill (Penny Black) at 9.30 am and will go to Holme . The walk is 8 miles intermediate details are in the walks program. The coach will leave Marsden to return to Sheffield at 4.00 pm.
Places are £12. To reserve a place or for further information contact Terry Howard email@example.com
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GeneralPosted by DaveJ Thu, May 16, 2019 12:11:05
This is not a Ramblers walk but I think it may interest some of you. It sounds like an interesting perspective on our city.
Explore the Steel City like never before
Discover how engineering has shaped the city of Sheffield on a special walking tour this June.
part of the Institution of Civil Engineers’ Explore Engineering Weekend
from June 21-23, Chartered Civil Engineer David Tattersall
will lead a sightseeing journey around some of the city’s most famous
of interest on the route include the cathedral, Sheffield Station and
Passenger Transport Interchange, Lady’s Bridge, the Parkway
Viaduct and Victoria Quays.
Regional Director of ICE Yorkshire and Humber, David Tattersall, said:
“So often, we wander around our cities without thinking
about what’s beneath our feet, or the feats of civil engineering which
have enabled them to blossom.
“This event will provide an engineering insight into the history and growth of the city of Sheffield.”
Explore Engineering: A Civilised Place walk, Sheffield,
will take place on Friday, June 21, and Sunday, June 23, at 10.30am, starting at Sheffield Cathedral.
GeneralPosted by DaveJ Thu, May 16, 2019 12:05:33
Tony asked me to post this photo on the blog.
To those who weren't there we had a really enjoyable time celebrating Mike's 80th birthday.
Thanks Mike from all of us for your excellent company and for the many walks you lead. Keep them coming.
GeneralPosted by Susan Thu, May 09, 2019 16:09:22
It is nearly five years since I last led a night-time walk to see sunrise on the longest day. I would like to repeat the walk this year. I have put the details in the walks programme. I have asked people to reserve places. I need to know exactly who is coming, I would hate to leave anyone behind so late at night. I may be able to arrange lifts for people without cars, the earliest bus to Sheffield is at 0730. We will probably finish the walk at about 0600. I will also try to book an early breakfast for those who would like a reviver before going homewards.
GeneralPosted by angela Wed, May 08, 2019 10:49:26
Next meetup will be on 24th May at 10 - 10.30
Cafe Fusion is on Arundel Street for any newcomers. Please contact me if any further directions required.
See you there