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Amber Valley Ramblers, Derbyshire

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Message fro Sue G.

She would like to thank all those, both ramblers and friends who contributed towards the purchase of her iPad, she is absolutely delighted with it. It does not contain all her contacts, her email address remains the same, so in the first instance contact Sue and she will be able to store your email addresses and be able to reply to your messages.

Looking Forward.

Friday walkers pre-Christmas walk.

Friday 18 December. 10 a.m. Starting from the Ecclesbourne Garden Centre, Wirksworth Road Duffield. DE56 4AQ

Afterwards you will be able to purchase Tea / Coffee in the cafe where there will be Mince Pies etc., free of charge for you to enjoy. David needs to supply them with numbers so can you let him know by Friday 11 December This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 01773826608 or on any walk.


Once again our chairman is putting on his annual New Years day walk, which this year starts from the Derwent Street car park in Belper. Starts at 11 a.m. There is also the chance to have a meal afterwards at the Denby Lodge, Denby. The menu and prices are published in 'Group Reports and notices' above. You will see Gerry needs numbers and choices by 21 Dec.


39 th Annual Dinner on Saturday 6 February 2016 7 - 7.30 p.m.

to be held at the Lion Hotel, Belper.

It is advisable to book early as numbers are limited full menu and details are published in ' Group Reports /Notices' above.

Footpath Maintenance

A610 Tuesday 17th November 2015.

The steps on the A610 which we made on the 20th of October (see articel in 'footpath maintenance' above) were inspected and completed in today's session. Working conditions on this steep bank were not easy many pieces of tree root and pieces of stone in the ground where pegs had to be knocked in and woodwork placed added to the effort required from the team. All the time weather was at the forefront of our thoughts but despite light rain and muddy conditions underfoot satisfactory progress was made.

Steve Cresswell had advised beforehand that he may not have been able to get his landrover onto site due to the conditions. However he did make it and once again through his guidance and support we were able to work. Pentrich Council had funded materials for the work on these paths.

The excellent turnout of volunteers enabled two teams to work and the second path on this section of the A610 can be seen as a small muddy path up the steep bank. After clearing blackthorn and other growth step positions were cut and the bank hewed to take the boards to form the steps. A good start was made and the first section can be seen nearing completion. It is anticipated a number of sessions will be needed to complete the job." Peter W.



Amber Valley Ramblers

The annual general meeting took place on Friday 6 November 2015

over 40 members attended the meeting and slide show.

Despite the large attendance we still have a vacancy on the

committee for a Holiday Organiser. If you can help please contact:

Gerry White email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it









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