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Ad Hoc Walking     

Meets Various
Venue Various Outdoor
Details There is no programme; walks are proposed by group members at short notice taking advantage of good weather. Any group member can propose a walk anytime, anywhere, any length. The proposer can set the maximum group size within the current Covid guidelines. Groups are usually small (historically maximum: 15, average: 6). On joining the group, you will be sent the latest guidelines.

Aerobics 1     

Meets Wednesday
Venue Zoom
Details Numbers are limited so members must be able to do press ups, squats, lunges and be able to sustain some high intensity aerobic exercise (HIIT). Suitable clothing essential, weights, mats, towels required for cool down. Please bring water. CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR THAT HIIT IS OK FOR YOU AS HEART RATES WILL BE ELEVATED.

Aerobics 2     

Meets Wednesday.
Venue Zoom
Details Aerobic workout is intended to raise heart rates. Suitable clothing essential, mats, towels required for cool down. Please bring water and check with your doctor that you are able to do aerobic exercise.

Allotment     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Group meeting Sunday morning. plus other days
Venue Allotment
Details Let's grow! Additional costs: seeds, plants & other consumables necessary for growing crops

Art Appreciation In the Park     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Monday 11.00 - 12.00
Venue 
Details Each class, one of us introduces for discussion a masterpiece by a well-known artist. We meet either on Zoom, or in the open air subject to regulations and weather.

Astronomy the Sky at Night     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Flexible January to March
Venue Various Outdoor
Details When regulations permit, and the moonlight is low, we meet in a reasonably dark place (Barden Moor) for star identification, planet hunting, meteor showers etc. Dates dependent on clear skies, so will be arranged at short notice. This is an outdoor activity subject to risk assessment.

Bridge - Play     

Meets Thursdays 1.30 pm by 'Bridge Club Live'
Venue Zoom
Details For those who have played Bridge and want to improve their game. We are not currently meeting to play but some of the group are playing online and if anyone is interested in joining they can contact Douglas for more information.

Building Back Better     

Meets Tuesdays Fortnightly from 12 Jan 10.00 to 12.30
Venue Zoom
Details During the lockdown there has been increased interest in looking at new ways of doing our lives. Have you found an article, podcast, radio programme, TED talk, short story, chapter in a book etc that has influenced your thinking about better ways of doing things? Would you like to discuss it with others? Each session will be based on an input that addresses the idea of build back better, as offered by group members. The Zoom discussions will take place every two weeks, the intervening week being an opportunity to read, listen to or see and think about the suggested contribution. You can come without having a suggestion to make – all that is required is willingness to think about new ideas.

Creative Writing     

Meets 
Venue 
Details This group is about sharing rather than teaching and about learning from each other rather than from a tutor. We work by email. Each fortnight a new theme, genre or prompt is set and members who are inspired to do so then send their contributions (which can be poetry, prose, dialogue or whatever) to the group at anytime during the next fortnight. As members may be faced with a number of contributions to read we ask that they are not too lengthy. Members are encouraged to make helpful comments but there is no obligation to do so.

Croquet     

Meets Wednesdays
Venue Pendle and Craven Croquet Club - map
Details Pendle & Craven Croquet Club, Cemetery Road, Earby, BB18 6QX – Wednesday 5 May – end Sept. Max no 32 Instruction and guidance on how to play croquet will be given with the kind assistance of P&C.C.C. members. Croquet is equally suitable for men and women. Although the game is competitive 'Golf Croquet' players are on the lawn together so you will find it a friendly and sociable sport. All equipment will be provided, flat soled footwear is essential. Weekly charge of £3.50 For more information 'browse the web', - The Croquet Association - Pendle and Craven Croquet Club

Crown Green Bowls (Group 1)     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Friday 11:30
Venue Whinfield Bowling Club
Details Instruction and guidance on how to play crown green bowls. Wear flat soled shoes or trainers. There is a cost of £1 each time you play.

Crown Green Bowls (Group 2)     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Fridays 2 pm
Venue Whinfield Bowling Club
Details Instruction and guidance on how to play crown green bowls. Wear flat soled shoes or trainers. There is a cost of £1 each time you play.

Crown Green Bowls (Group 3)     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Tuesdays starts May 4th
Venue Craven Bowls Club
Details Instruction and guidance on how to play Crown Green Bowls. £1 every time you play. Flat soled shoes or trainers must be worn. The best entry to the Craven Bowls Club is from Skipton Town Hall car park,

Emerging Spring     

Meets Weekly Monday 1 March to 24 May 10.00 to 12.00
Venue Zoom
Details - Zoom – Mon 10.00 – 12.00, 1 Mar - 24 May. Max no. 100+. A free-form discussion of the natural signs of spring as they emerge during March, April and May. Not so much a course of teaching as an opportunity to share the pleasure of watching the emerging season. Members will be encouraged to share their photographs and observations. The details and direction of the group’s interests will be determined by the group members. No particular expertise is required, but informed comments will be welcome. The course will be supported by emails of advice on members’ observations and tips on what to look out for.

English Castles and Houses     

Meets Tuesdays Jan 10.00 to 12.00
Venue Zoom
Details This course looks at the history and architecture of English castles and country houses from the Norman Conquest to the present day.

Exploring the Country Virtual     

Meets 
Venue 
Details Keith & Wendy Berrington All year from January. No maximum number. Members write up an interesting walk they have done in the local area, to be circulated to the rest of the group by email. It is hoped that actual walks can be undertaken in summer 2021 using the documentation from our virtual walks.

Follow on Pilates Monday     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Monday 11.00 to 11.50, 11 Jan weekly.
Venue Zoom
Details This group is suitable for anyone who has done the Introduction to Pilates course, or who has had some previous experience of Pilates exercises. 45 minutes of exercise followed by 5 minutes of relaxation. You will need an exercise mat and length of resistance exercise band. Other equipment may be suggested during the course.

Follow on Pilates Thursday     

Meets Thursday 6 pm
Venue Zoom
Details This group is suitable for anyone who has done the Introduction to Pilates course, or who has had some previous experience of Pilates exercises. 45 minutes of exercise followed by 5 minutes of relaxation. You will need an exercise mat and length of resistance exercise band. Other equipment may be suggested during the course.

French Conversation     

Meets Fridays 10 am & 11 am
Venue Zoom
Details FRENCH CONVERSATION - Kevin Franks – 07841 028371, kevinfranks@outlook.com - Zoom - Friday 10.00 – 11.00 and 11.00 – 12.00, 8 Jan – 12 Mar. Classes of four, number of classes can be extended. Small group French conversation sessions, via Zoom, for about an hour. We discuss exclusively in French topics of interest both current and general. Moderate level of French needed to obtain maximum benefit.

Geography Forum     

Meets Wednesday 10 am
Venue Zoom
Details jaenever@gmail.com - Zoom - Wednesday 10.00 – 12.00, 13 Jan – 24 Mar. A series of talks by members of the forum loosely based on geography with some history. The presentations reflect the forum members’ interests, travels and experiences. The talks are usually about 40 minutes, a twenty minute break, then another 40 minutes, finally time for questions at the end. A taster of the first few sessions include Robert Fort talking about the Galapagos and Costa Rica, Christine Lynch talking about Bergen and Arctic Norway, Vic Edy thinks that ‘There May Be Some Snow’ and Gareth Davies’ ocean going with a container of plastic ducks…….

Geology of Britain     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Mondays Fortnightly from January
Venue 
Details - Keith Berrington - 01756 752907, walkwalk.keith@gmail.com - Mondays fortnightly from January. Meet at designated parking places. Max no 16. This new activity features online learning and outdoor visits to local geological features. Notes will be emailed on various geological topics. Geology field trips will be local, on Monday mornings or afternoons fortnightly, when we can, subject to risk assessment.

Keep Going     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets 
Venue Three Links Club - map
Details Gentle exercises to music aimed at keeping all body parts moving. We will include dancing and regular exercises i.e. stretches, balances and arm punches. Most exercises can be done whilst sitting. People with knee, hip, heart and other health issues should ask their G.P. which exercises may NOT be suitable. Soft shoes should be worn.

Metal Detecting     

Meets Variable
Venue No Venue
Details Introduction to the theory and practice of metal detecting – including the choosing and use of equipment and practical detecting sessions which can be physically demanding. (transport, a good level of fitness, appropriate clothing and equipment are all essential as is access to facebook for communications). Researching and dating finds. Compliance with the Treasure Act and Portable Antiquities Scheme.

Multi-media in Art 1 pm     

Meets Wednesday
Venue Three Links Club - map
Details Multi Media will be able to start when the Three Links Centre opens. - Hazel Chatwin - 01756 793308 - hmchatwin79@hotmail.co.uk - mobile 07870804985 - Wednesday 1.00 – 3.00, 8 Jan – 16 Jun - Three Links Club. Multi Media covers all aspects of craft work plus various paint disciplines. This is a very ‘hands on’ course which cannot be done by Zoom.

Multi-media in Art 10 am     

Meets Wednesday
Venue Three Links Club - map
Details Multi Media will be able to start when the Three Links Centre opens. - Hazel Chatwin - 01756 793308 - hmchatwin79@hotmail.co.uk - mobile 07870804985 - Wednesday 10.00 – 12.00 8 Jan – 16 Jun - Three Links Club. Multi Media covers all aspects of craft work plus various paint disciplines. This is a very ‘hands on’ course which cannot be done by Zoom.

Music for Fun     

Meets Tuesday
Venue Zoom
Details Graham Read - 01756794477 or 07771855238, greadyme@gmail.com - Lesley Widdop – 01756794976 or 07982446707, lellyelli1953@gmail.com - Zoom - Tuesday 10.30 – 11.10, 12 Jan – provisionally one term A zoom course for the enjoyment of singing, listening to music and/or playing. Members will be sent a Zoom link by email with words for songs and chords so musicians can play along. Leaders will choose songs, sing and play. However, we would like members to get involved if they wish and unmute themselves to lead a song or musical piece. Leaders need to know this in advance.

Musicals - DVDs     

Meets Fridays 10.30 -11.10
Venue Zoom
Details - Con Wood - dawcon73@icloud.com - Zoom - Friday 10.00 - 12.00 8 Jan – 12 Mar 2021. Max no 100+ Musical DVDs will be streamed weekly from 8 Jan using a link sent to each member by Con. Weekly discussions will start the following Friday, 15 Jan, also using a Zoom link sent by Con. The musicals include Mama Mia, Gypsy, South Pacific, Chicago, The Student Prince, Cabaret and the Jazz Singer. She will send her class a full copy of the programme by email. (This term does not include any ballets.)

Novels and Biography     

Meets Monday afternoon Monthly
Venue Zoom
Details Wendy Berrington - Please contact me through Beacon. - Zoom - Mondays monthly, 2.00 – 2.40 until Covid is over. 4 Jan, 1 Feb, 1 Mar. (Then 2.00 – 4.00 at my home with a tea and cake break when we are permitted again. We may run all year.) Novels and Biography from Diaspora, British and European Writing. Original work in English or in translation. Starting with 'In Custody' by Anita Desai. A novel set in Delhi by an Indian American writer, shortlisted for the Booker Prize 1984. The book for February will be, 'The Lonely Londoners' by Sam Selvon. (British Trinidadian.) Please obtain a copy of the novel and start reading ready to join the class on Mon 4 Jan. Finally, we will read 'On Chapel Sands' by Laura Cumming, which was shortlisted for the 2019 COSTA Biography Award. Please email me your suggestions for reading.

Play Reading in the Park     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Wednesday 09:00 to 10.00
Venue Aireville Park
Details PLAY READING IN THE PARK - Keith Berrington (walkwalk.keith@gmail.com) - Wednesday, 9.00 - 10.00 Max no 7. We do a public-domain play suitable for the group (in the autumn it was Pygmalion). Each member takes a character in the play. We do the reading from script, either on Zoom, or in the open air subject to regulations and weather. No memorizing required!

Poetry     

Meets Mondays 10.00
Venue Zoom
Details POETRY (This course is intended for a small group who were NOT members of the U3A Poetry course last year) - Wendy Berrington - Please contact me through Beacon. - Zoom - Monday 10.00 – 10.40, 4 Jan to 29 Mar, Max no 12 I am glad to have a waiting list. This is an online self-study group. I would send a Zoom invitation to you. We would look at poetry from around 80 to 150 years ago. G.M. Hopkins, Ezra Pound, W.B. Yeats, Dylan Thomas, Thomas Hardy, W.H. Auden, T.S. Eliot, Robert Graves, and others of that sort of period. We would change the poet each week but may return to that poet another time. I will tell the students which poems we will look at. They will start by listening to the poem online and thinking about what it means to them and making notes. They will then find out online, or from books, as much as they can about the Poet, their period and influences, and the Poem itself. With that personal knowledge, they can contribute positively to the Zoom discussion on Monday morning. If they do not like the poet or poem or are busy that week, they do not need to join the discussion that Monday but should let me know in advance so that I can let in someone else from the waiting list. I would consider myself a facilitator and each week a different student would volunteer to briefly lead the discussion, everyone would lead at some point, and I would try to ensure that each member had a chance to speak during the Monday session. Please contact me through Beacon so I can tell you which Poet we will be starting with in January.

Poetry Writing     

Meets Monthly January to March
Venue 
Details - Keith Berrington - walkwalk.keith@gmail.com - Monthly January to March. Max number 20. Are you interested in writing poetry? Each month a member will choose a particular poetic form or theme, and email round the group some classic examples of that form or theme. You then have a month to produce your own poem in that style (or a variant for dramatic effect) and send it to me. I will email all the poems received each month around the group. The only rules are: no criticism of anyone else's poem, no offensive material and no plagiarism. Hopefully at the end of the course, we will each have a collection of poems in the various forms from this Craven U3A class of 2020/21. Please join and contribute.

Racketball Monday 1     

Meets Monday 09.30 & 10.10
Venue The Coulthurst Craven Sports Centre - map
Details Group 1 - Mon 09.30 and 10.10 - From Jan 4 - Dave Smith 07703 207669 d.smith100@outlook.com - Group 2 - Wed 09.30 and 10.10 - From Jan 6 - Jon Tomlinson 07412 036738 treasurercravenu3a@outlook.com - Sandylands – Every week all year except public holidays. No membership max but a maximum of 6 players per session. You can only play once a week in a bubble of six. Booking in advance is essential. Played on a squash court with similar rules to squash but with a bigger ball and larger racket making the ball slower and easier to play. Clothing as for squash/tennis with non-marking shoes. A reasonable level of fitness is required. Racket and ball are provided. Court fees £2 per session.

Racketball Wednesday 2     

Meets Wednesdays 09.30 & 10.10
Venue The Coulthurst Craven Sports Centre - map
Details Group 2 - Wed 09.30 and 10.10 - From Jan 6 - Jon Tomlinson 07412 036738 treasurercravenu3a@outlook.com - Sandylands – Every week all year except public holidays. No membership max but a maximum of 6 players per session. You can only play once a week in a bubble of six. Booking in advance is essential. Played on a squash court with similar rules to squash but with a bigger ball and larger racket making the ball slower and easier to play. Clothing as for squash/tennis with non-marking shoes. A reasonable level of fitness is required. Racket and ball are provided. Court fees £2 per session.

Railway Group     

Meets Fridays 10.30
Venue Zoom
Details RAILWAY GROUP iappleyard@hotmail.com - Zoom - Friday 10.30 – 12.00 , 15 Jan – 26 Mar. Max no 100+ The programme this term will include a wide variety of railway topics.

Russia: A panoramic history 2     

Meets Wednesday 2 pm
Venue Zoom
Details nigelholden123@aol.co.uk - Zoom - Wednesday 2.00 – 3.30, 6 Jan – 17 Mar. Max no 100+ This course covers the years 1917 to 2020, accounting for the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the drivers behind continuing Russia’s anti-Western postures. Please register for this course if you missed the last four talks last year due to the Covid pandemic.

Safety on the Web 1     

Meets 8 Jan - 11.00 1.00
Venue Zoom
Details georgejtmackley@gmail.com Zoom - Friday - I will offer 4 slots of 2 hours on 4 Fridays in January. Max no 12 per session (48 total) 1. 8 Jan - 11.00 – 1.00 2. 15 Jan - 2.00 – 4.00 3. 22 Jan - 4.00 – 6. 00 4. 29 Jan - 7.00 – 9.00 I would like a maximum of 12 people on the Zoom meeting as more will allow less personal interaction. I am repeating myself so you can only register for just one of the days and times most convenient to your timetable. I will email you and as I have subscribed to Zoom personally and can set up the Zoom meeting and control the meeting for 12 people. I will use a Powerpoint presentation. Safety on the Web is for all those who want to be more confident using the web and as knowledge is power, be able to use the web more safely than now. It is the World Wild West (www.) out there.

Safety on the Web 2     

Meets 15 Jan - 14.00 16.00
Venue Zoom
Details I would like a maximum of 12 people on the Zoom meeting as more will allow less personal interaction. I am repeating myself so you can only register for just one of the days and times most convenient to your timetable. I will email you and as I have subscribed to Zoom personally and can set up the Zoom meeting and control the meeting for 12 people. I will use a Powerpoint presentation. Safety on the Web is for all those who want to be more confident using the web and as knowledge is power, be able to use the web more safely than now. It is the World Wild West (www.) out there.

Safety on the Web 3     

Meets 22 Jan - 16.00 18.00
Venue Zoom
Details I would like a maximum of 12 people on the Zoom meeting as more will allow less personal interaction. I am repeating myself so you can only register for just one of the days and times most convenient to your timetable. I will email you and as I have subscribed to Zoom personally and can set up the Zoom meeting and control the meeting for 12 people. I will use a Powerpoint presentation. Safety on the Web is for all those who want to be more confident using the web and as knowledge is power, be able to use the web more safely than now. It is the World Wild West (www.) out there.

Safety on the Web 4     

Meets 29 Jan - 19.00 21.00
Venue Zoom
Details I would like a maximum of 12 people on the Zoom meeting as more will allow less personal interaction. I am repeating myself so you can only register for just one of the days and times most convenient to your timetable. I will email you and as I have subscribed to Zoom personally and can set up the Zoom meeting and control the meeting for 12 people. I will use a Powerpoint presentation. Safety on the Web is for all those who want to be more confident using the web and as knowledge is power, be able to use the web more safely than now. It is the World Wild West (www.) out there.

Science & Technology     

Meets Tuesday 10 am
Venue Zoom
Details The Science and Technology Discussion Group is conducting Zoom meetings for the foreseeable future. We meet every Tuesday at 10 am for 90 minutes, starting in January. Articles for discussion are posted on the science group web site: https://cravenst971700904.wordpress.com/ 2-3 days prior to each meeting. There is currently no group size limit. New members are welcome and members can join the group via the Membership Portal: https://www.u3abeacon.org.uk/u3aportal.php?u3a=108&sc=RVSW"

Self Guided Walking     

Meets From January
Venue 
Details From January. No maximum number. There are two themes to this group. You can be involved in both. 1. Could you write up a detailed description of a local walk which could be circulated for others in the group to use? The description should be sufficient in itself so that a walker would not need map and compass except in emergencies. The type of walk should correspond to that of the main Walking Group (Short/Medium/Long, Easy/Moderate/Strenuous). Having written up a walk, it would be circulated to the 'testers'. 2. Would you like to be a tester, who tries out walks which have been written up by other members? Your feedback will help to produce a set of tried and tested walks circulated to group members.

Skipton and Climate Change     

Meets Thursday
Venue Zoom
Details Thursday 7.00 – 9.00 (evening) 28 Jan – 25 Feb. Max no 100+ Climate change is a complex topic but it comes down to our lifestyle as well as the urban and natural environment. Our focus this year will be opportunities for tree planting and greening of Skipton, recycling and upcycling tools, energy and transport. Topics will include urban forests, recycling, transport and green energy.

Spanish Continuers     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Wednesday
Venue Zoom
Details Wednesday 10.00 – 11.30, 13 Jan – 24 Mar and 21 Apr – 30 Jun. Max no 6. This will be a largely “self help” group for people with some knowledge of Spanish. The emphasis will be on the spoken language. ie on conversing in Spanish and understanding spoken Spanish. There will however be opportunities to revise aspects of grammar or vocabulary if members of the group would like.

Stories of Scientists     

Meets Wednesday13th January to 24th March
Venue Zoom
Details A series of individual talks on the lives of various scientists and engineers, some of whom deserve better recognition.

Stretching And Movement     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Monday 11.15 to 12.00
Venue The Coulthurst Craven Sports Centre - map
Details STRETCHING AND MOVEMENT St Andrew’s Church Hall – Monday 11.15 – 12.00 4 Jan – 3 May. Max no 14 Gentle exercise to improve balance and posture with some floor work. Please wear comfortable clothing and soft shoes. Bring a mat and a bottle of water.

Stretching And Yoga     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Monday 10.00 to 11.00
Venue The Coulthurst Craven Sports Centre - map
Details St Andrew’s Church Hall – Monday 10.00 – 11.00 4 Jan – 3 May. Max no 14 Exercise for flexibility and muscle toning. Ability to do shoulder stands and sit down on your heels is necessary to do the exercises correctly. Please wear comfortable clothing and soft shoes. Bring a mat and a bottle of water.

Ten-Pin Bowling     

Meets Monday afternoon 14:00
Venue Matrix Superbowl - map
Details Bobbie Fawcett - Matrix Superbowl, Sandylands, Skipton - Monday 2.00 - 4.00 11 Jan – 12 Jul. Max no 24. We play two games each week at a cost of £4. The session lasts 1.5-2.0 hours. This is ‘friendly bowling’ – no experience required. Any current Covid regulations will apply.

The Answer Lies in the Soil     

Meets Tuesday afternoon 14:00
Venue Zoom
Details Tuesday 2.30 – 4.00. 19 Jan – 9 Mar. Max no 25 “A country that destroys its soil destroys itself.” So said Franklin D Roosevelt at the time of the great Dust Bowl disaster in the USA. By the end of the twentieth century the country had lost 70% of its natural humus. All round the world the soil under us has been treated like dirt. Developments in magnification have allowed close scrutiny of what makes up soil and revealed why it’s so vital to the natural world and the human race. My class will cover the structure, geology and science of soil, the abundance of life it contains, and the history of the events and human interventions that have led to its degradation and destruction. We’ll look at the individuals and movements who have either developed or fought against artificial fertilisers, herbicides and pesticides and more broadly at the role of agriculture and the origins of the organic movement back in the early twentieth century. We’ll also focus on what we can do; the ways in which gardeners can help repair the damage, each one of us doing our small but significant bit to help save the planet, through for example the use of home-made compost or more informed planning and purchasing decisions. Each class will comprise a presentation of ideas with slides punctuated by time for discussion of the issues.

Walk to Lunch     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Thursday (fortnightly) All Year
Venue No Venue
Details Note: group is 'walks only' at present due to Covid regulations and numbers on a walk are restricted too. Morning walks of up to 5 miles followed by a pub or café lunch. Members must be fit to walk at a good pace and manage hills and stiles. Meeting points are circulated in advance and members need to 'book on' to walks. Email is ESSENTIAL for this group. We will resume our lunches when regulations allow. Need walking boots and wet weather clothing.

Walking Group     

Meets Tues/Thurs All Year
Venue Coach St Car Park - map
Details U3A Walking Group – Friendship, Fun and Fitness - Tuesday and Thursdays all year We offer a sequence of short (5-7 miles), medium (8-9 miles) and long walks (10+ miles). We meet at Skipton Coach Street Car Park 10 minutes before the time stated in the Walks Programme to arrange car sharing. Suitable clothing, footwear and packed lunches are essential. Sorry no dogs. Programmes are distributed by email. If you do not have email contact George Mackley to get a hard copy of the programme Now with Lockdown under the U3A umbrella we are not able to organise walks but plan to be operationally quickly once given the go ahead. Then you will receive a temporary programme plus an invitation to a programme meeting in town to set the walks for the next 4 months

Wharfedale Hillwalking in Sixs     

  We regret that this group is full:
   
Meets Thursday 10:00
Venue 
Details Thursdays 10.00 Meet at start point of walk. Max no 8. A friendly way to walk, for reasonably good walkers, over hilly and sometimes demanding terrain. Have appropriate clothing, boots, equipment, drink and a picnic lunch: walks may last up to six hours. Pre-booking necessary, 6 or less walkers per day as regulations allow. Each walk is subject to risk assessment.

YZ Group Leaders     

Meets 
Venue 
Details This group will allow existing & prospective group leaders to receive communications.