Recent Working Party efforts - Before and After.
The gate was erected on a very popular path leading from North Rigton (North Yorkshire) to a wonderful beauty spot with splendid views of Almscliff Cragg. The grid reference is SE 2758 491 . The
two volunteers are “the two Richards” - Richard Brook on the left and Richard Smith on the right.
Lower Wharfedale Committee Roles
For descriptions of the role, please click on the roles title below:-
Why Walk with Lower Wharfedale Ramblers?
•You - will be able to enjoy a choice of 4 different walks each week.
•You - will be led by experienced walkers who devise interesting routes.
•You - will walk in the company of friendly and sociable people.
•You - will walk in the local area, the Yorkshire Dales and beyond.
•You - will be able to join “coach rambles” ending with a drink and a meal.
Why Join the Ramblers?
•You - will support the work Ramblers do for walkers across the country.
•You - will help to maintain the rights of way network across the country.
•You - get access to Ramblers routes (across the country) on line.
•You - can join our volunteer group that maintains the local path network.
•You - get access to countrywide walking maps.
•You - can walk with any Ramblers group across the country.
•You - receive 4 issues of “Walk” magazine each year.
Ramblers is the only national organisation that campaigns for and protects our rights of way network – and the rights of walkers – across the whole country. You can help protect this national asset by joining Ramblers.
Lower Wharfedale Ramblers AGM will take place on Friday 16th November from 7.30 until 10.00pm. The venue is the main hall in the Clarke Foley centre, Ilkley. All members of LWR and those who walk with us are cordially invited to attend