Manchester and Salford Ramblers

a link in the Greater Manchester and High Peak Area

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Mags Blog

The latest news from Mags our SecretaryMags

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Hope everyone enjoyed the trip to YSP. We got to see lots of interesting installations and the weather was fantastic! 

Click on Gallery for pictures.

The Salford Trail

We are about to do some work on a path (Lower Irwell Valley) on the Salford Trail.

Firstly we need to do some path clearing mainly shifting bricks and stones from the path onto adjacent ground and providing a roughly flat surface for the later application of chippings.

Please contact David Yates - david.yates@gmail.com if you able to and would like to help with this work.

Many thanks

Bolton Ramblers are celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year and are holding a 'bit of a do' on Thursday, October 11th 2018 at 7.30pm.

It will be held at Silverwell Hall (the old Masonic Hall) on Silverwell Street in Bolton town centre and, apart from the company of fellow ramblers and their families and friends, there will be a supper, a bar with real ale, photos of former Rambles and entertainment provided by an acoustic guitar group called 'the Travellin' Strings' who play 50s/60s and 70s music and have a very good reputation. They will also play the 'Manchester Rambler'!

Tickets are £12.00 pp and Ramblers (and their families and friends) from the Greater Manchester and High Peak area will be very welcome.

If interested, please contact us on boltonramblers@hotmail.co.uk or phone Judith on 01204 841684.

Judith Heale,

Publicity & Information Officer.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018