The 'A' Party weekend will again be held at the Youth Centre at Rydal Hall on Friday 27th to Sunday 29th September 2019. The cost is £330 per night for the full use. Deposit of £30 per person required.
Club Weekend – 2020
Cober Hill (near Scarborough) has been booked for March 27th - 29th 2020. I am still waiting for their price for the weekend and until I receive it, I am not able to give members as price. As soon as I do, I will advertise the weekend with details of deposits, transport etc.
Mini Week Coach Holiday
Mini Week Coach holiday to the Lake District: 7th to 11th October 2019, based at the Windermere Hotel (Shearings). Walks will be arranged. Book direct with Shearings (01942 414842). The tour is called “Beautiful Lake District”.
Bolton CHA Rambling Club - Events 2018-19
The daytime social at the Town Cafe Socials, Deansgate, Bolton is held on the 2nd Monday of every month. Meeting time at the café will be 11.00am. All welcome.
At St Andrew and St George U.R. Church, St Georges Road at 7.30 on Tuesday 19th March 2019.
Please forward a cheque for £12 payable to Bolton C.H.A. to the Membership Secretary Mrs. Doreen Pearson, as soon as possible. Juniors u16 - £6.00
Bolton C.H.A. Rambling Club cannot accept any responsibility for personal injury or loss of, or damage to, property when attending any of our rambles or functions. If it is thought necessary, members should make their own insurance arrangements.
Contributions to CHAT. Please support the CHAT by sending your contributions no later than the 28th February 2019.
Car Parking charges - Batridge Road, Jumbles and Anglezarke charge £1.50 daily.
Receipts - Receipts for cheques/monies received are sent for some matters/events. If any member feels that they require a receipt for any other matters/events then an SAE should accompany the cheque that is sent to the organiser (s).
Car Rambles - Passenger rate -The current cost of passenger rate payable to their drivers is now 10p per mile.
Bolton C.H.A. Rambling Club
cannot accept any responsibility for personal injury or loss of, or damage to, property, when attending any of our rambles or functions. If it is thought necessary, members should make their own insurance arrangements.
The Countrywide Holiday Association, (C.H.A.) originally had many holiday centres located throughout the country. In the 1990’s the company ceased trading, however many of the Clubs that were formed have continued to use the name of the Association and have flourished by offering different activities to members.