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 11th March Shap  Kindley posted by B&M Sherriff.   Morecambe and District HF Rambling Club walked in the Shap area on Sunday, March 11th.  The weather was Springlike but muddy underfoot due to thawing snow. ‘A’ walk led by John Ashall  started at Tebay Services (M6) walking to Greenholme, Enelock Bank, Birkbank Fell, Wasdale, Shap  Wells, Queens Monument, Sheep Skull Bridge, Hardendale Fell, Oddendale, Coast to Coast path into  Shap. ‘B’ walk led by Lesley Dodgson also started at Tebay Services walking to Scout Green, Green  Brow, Docker Force, Salterwath, Thunder Stone, Roman Road to Crosby Ravensworth Fell, Potrigg,  Hardendale Nab, Croft Hill, Shap. ‘C’ walk led by Tony Dixon walked a circular route from Shap taking  Field paths to Rosgill, Fairy Crag, Parish Crag Bridge, field paths to Shap Abbey, field paths to Keld, Shap. anyone wishing to join us can obtain details from Mrs Pat Emerson (01524 410702)   Walk description 25th March Thirlspot Kindley posted by B&M Sherriff.  Morecambe and District HF Rambling Club walked in the Thirlmere area on Sunday, March  25th.All three parties enjoyed their walks in brilliant spring sunshine. ‘A’ walk led by john  Ashall walked from Scales, ascending Clough Head, Great Dodd, Watsons Dodd, Stybarrow  Dodd, Raise, Whiteside, descending via Brown Crag to Thirlspot. ‘B’ walk led by David  Cunningham walked from Wanthwaite, St John’s in the Vale Church, High Rigg,  Legburthwaite, Shoulthwaite Farm, Shoulthwaite Gill, Castle Crag, the Dam, footpaths  through Great How Wood, Dalehead Hall, Thirlspot. ‘C’ walk led by Bert Simister walked  from Thirlspot, Legburthwaite, Bridge end Farm, Great Howe Wood, Thirlmere Shore,  Swirls, returning to Thirlspot. Our next week end walk will be in  the Coniston area on  Sunday, April 8th. Anyone wishing to join us can contact Mrs Pat Emerson for further details  on Morecambe 410702. Morecambe and District HF Rambling Club RAMBLES HOME GALLERY CONTACTS
Coniston Walk Sunday 8th April Kindley posted by B&M Sherriff. Morecambe and District HF Rambling Club walked in the Coniston area on Sunday, April 8th. Mist and cloud persisted for most of the day spoiling any high top views. All three walks were circular from Coniston. ‘A’ walk led by John Ashall  walking to Miners Bridge, Pudding Stone,High Fell, Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Brim Fell, Coniston Old Man, Limestone Haws, Walna Scar, Coniston. ‘B’ walk led by Frank Whittle walked to Copper Mines Valley, Levers Water, Boulder Valley, Crowberry Haws, Walna Scar Road, The Rigg, Banishead Quarry, Heathwaite, Coniston. ‘C’ walk led by Pat Emerson walked to Coniston Shore, Hoathwaite Farm, Torver, Mill Bridge, around Delicars, returning to  Mill Bridge, returning to Coniston via the disused railway. Our next walk will be on Sunday 22nd April in the Mungrisdale area. Anyone wishing to join us can contact Mrs Pat Emerson on Morecambe 410702 for information.