Club News Leaders are required for some walks.If you want to give it a go contact one of the   current leaders or a commitee member. The club has maps which are freely availiable.    Want to try leading? Walk description July 14th Conniston Kindley posted by B&M Sherriff.  The Club had three great walks on Sunday (July 14th) in the Coniston area. ‘A’ walk led by  Gabby McPherson walked from Torver Oover High Common to Walna Scar Road, Brown  Pike, Dow Crag, Goats Hause, Coniston Old Man, Levers Hause, Swirl How, Prison Band,  Wetherlam, Coppermines Valley. Coniston. ‘B’ walk led by David Bolster also started at  Torver walking to Banks, Ash Gill Beck, High Torver Common, White Pike, White Maiden,  Walna Scar, Walna Scar Road, Lang Hause, Heaththwaite, Coniston. ‘C’ walk led by Bert  Simister walked a circular route from Coniston walking to Guards Wood, Boon Crag, Hill  Fell, Tarn Hows, Mary Glen, Low Yewdale, Coniston.       Walk description Sunday 28th July Grassington Kindley posted by B&M Sherriff.  Club walks this week were in the Grassington area. We were fortunate with the weather  after the heavy overnight rain, conditions were misty for the ‘A’ party while the ‘B’ and ‘C’  parties fortunately kept clear. ‘A’ party commenced their walk in Settle walking to  Stockdale Lane, Langscar Gate, Malham Cove, Gordale Bridge, Bordley, Skirethorns,  Threshfield ending at Grassington. ‘B’party led by Ray Todd walked a circular route from  Gassington dropping down to the River Wharfe and walking a short distance before  climbing out of the valley to skirt around the north side of Grassington picking up the Dales  Way, Scot Gate Lane to Coniston, Baston Wood, Grassington. ‘C’ walk led by Gill Gale also  walked a circular route from Grassington walking to Linton Falls, following the River Wharfe  past Ghaistrills Strid to Grass Wood Lane, Grass Wood, Baston Wood to reach the Dales  Way and following the Dales Way into Grassington        Walk description August 11th Sedbergh Kindley posted by B&M Sherriff.  Club walks this week centred around the Sedbergh area. All walks were from Sedbergh  in  overcast and light rain. The A and B walks were combined on this occasion and were led by  Lesley Dodgson and Graham Dootson. Walking from Sedbergh they walked to Castlehaw,  Settlebeck Gill, Arant Haw, Middle Tongue, Craggstones, Craggstone Wood, Height of  Winder, Under winder, Ingmire Park, Luneside (Dales Way) High Oaks, Briggflatts, Birks,  Sedbergh, ‘C’ walk led by Bert Simister walked from Sedbergh, Milthrop, Rash, Abbot  Holme, Birks, Sedbergh. Morecambe and District HF Rambling Club RAMBLES HOME GALLERY CONTACTS