Cheltenham Rambling Club
Cheltenham Rambling Club 

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Watch this space for additional information regarding the club activities and walks programme.

From time-to-time, important information will be published in this space which needs to be passed to members between programme publication dates. For club weekends and other special events; booking details are available in the full programme.

Cheltenham Rambling Club AGM

 

Cheltenham Rambling Club Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday, 25 November, 2019 at The Victory Club. 

 

This is your chance to come along and have your say in how the club is run. Please bring a print of the PDF (link below) or familiarise yourself with the minutes for the 2018 AGM prior to the meeting.

 

Chairman's notes: We have two long-serving ordinary committee members stepping down so please consider filling their boots. Nomination forms are in the printed programme. We meet the second Monday of alternate months, starting January, at the Victory Club at 7.30pm and always finish by 9pm

 

Minutes from the 2018 AGM are available for download below:

 

Cheltenham Rambling Club 2018 AGM minutes
AGM2018 _minutes.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [274.0 KB]

Message from the programme secretary.


Hi All, I would like to thank all the leaders who have put forward walks in this programme, but we are short on quite a few dates. We need more leaders old and new to come forward if we are to maintain a full programme. I’d also like to remind members without email to contact the walk leader prior to the walk to ensure it is still going ahead (Paul).

Coach Holiday Weekend: Friday 17th – Monday 20th April 2020

 

Our destination is the 88 bed Trouville Hotel situated in the centre of Sandown’s seafront on the south-eastern coast of the Isle of Wight, so that its lounge and bars provide stunning views of the bay. For the Scottish dancers (and others) the hotel offers the island’s largest hotel ballroom with 1500 square metres of maple sprung dance floor. A function room has up to 4 lanes of short mat bowls, and indoor pursuits such as table tennis and a pool table. The town centre lies immediately behind the hotel. The rest of the island, being compact, is readily accessible, and provides excellent walking both around its coastal path or inland on its grassy downs. Island attractions include Queen Victoria’s Osborne House, Carisbrooke Castle and (wait for it!) a steam railway (Liz and David).

 

Full details and booking form in the printed programme.

Club essentials

 

Cheltenham Rambling Club is a membership club with a Chairman, committee, rules and constitution. The club also strives to provide a duty of care to its' members and so members should familiarise themselves with the health and safety guidance.

 

The following club information can be downloaded.

Membership form for postal application.
Current Membership Form.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [205.5 KB]
CRC Club rules
CRC_Rules 11.12.18.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [114.9 KB]
Health and safety guidance.
HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDANCE DOC V.2.1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [377.8 KB]
CRC Privacy Policy
CRC Privacy Policy 7 May 2018.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [598.1 KB]

Submitting photographs for this site.

All members are welcome to submit photographs to the site. However, where people are clearly identifiable in the pictures, please ask their permission first. If a group photo is to be submitted, please tell people at the time when it is taken, that it will be intended for display on the club web site.

 

Submit photos to our e-mail address: gallery@cheltenhamramblingclub.org.uk

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