Bolton CHA Rambling Club -
‘C’ Walks are “Easier” category walks at a slower pace, equivalent to Wednesday No. 3 walks.
8th September – PRESIDENTS' WALKS
'B' – HILLS, MILLS, ROCKS AND LOCKS -
'C' – There will be a 'C' on the day of about 5/6 miles lead by Audrey Dempsey and Keith Brazier. Start time 11.30.
The walks will start from Botany Bay CP Grid Reference 591193.
The walks should end at approximately the same time and then all walkers can meet up for refreshments in the Botany Bay complex. There is also a public house at Botany Bay.
15th September – COACH TRIP – CONISTON. Meet at Bolton bus station (Stand G) for 8.30 start.
'A' – Copper Mines Valley, Levers Water, Swirl Hawes (650), Swirl How (800), Levers Hawes (700), Old Man (803), Slate Quarries, Coniston. Total Height Climbed approx 850/900m. Distance approx 10 miles. Garth Aspden
'B' – From the information centre, walk up to Far End, Yewdale, Shepards Bridge, Tilberthwaite.Horse Crag/Cottages/Coniston. 7.5 miles, height gain 400 metres. Frank Wall
'C' – Tarn How Circular. Coniston, Hill Fell Plantation, Tarn Howes, Tarn Howes Cottage, Cumbria Way (subject to change). 5-
Full details of all walks will be announced by leaders on the coach. There will be comfort stops on the trip.
‘A’ Brian has had to change his walk on Sept. 22nd because the moors at Embsey Crag will be closed for grouse shooting. The new walk is as follows. Meet at Aldi at 9.00. Walk starts from the large lay-
'A' – RYDAL HALL WEEKEND
'B' – SNIG HOLE – Cars to Peel Tower CP for 10.30 start. Robin Hood's Well, Snig Hole, Irwell Vale, Peel Tower CP. Y.M. Margaret Padfield
'C' – WHITE COPPICE – 125 bus to Crown Hotel, Horwich. Carts to Lever Park Ave at 10.00 to transport passengers to Anglezarke CP for 10.30 start. Kay's Farm, White Coppice, East of Reservoir, Anglezarke CP. 6 miles. Kath Powter
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.