As from February 1st, 2020, Peter Addison will no longer be Permanent Trails Officer. This post will be held by
1, Chapple Drive,
All completed Permanent Trails Forms, plus a stamped, self-addressed envelope should be forwarded to him, not Peter.
His telephone number is 01440 705170. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
These photos were taken by John Smith.
Presentations were made to two stalwarts of Havac Walkers, Carol Hurrell and Peter Addison, who have decided to leave the committee, after many years of service, Carol as Walks Secretary, Peter as Permanent Trails Secretary,
Carol is seen receiving her award from Havac’s Chairman, Ray Shanks. Also in the picture is Carol’s husband, Ken.
Peter is seen receiving his award from Havac’s Chairman, Ray Shanks.
There is a large dip at the southern end of the village of Cherry Hinton, which contains a fresh, spring pool, fed by several springs, which break out from the underlying chalk at the north-western base of The Gog Magog Hills.
This site has several names, but is most commonly known as Giant’s Grave.
Peter Addison is giving up his role as Permanent Trails Secretary. He will, however, continue to stamp people’s books/cards until January 31st next year (2020). He will deal with any P.T. forms that are received on or before that date.
The new Permanent Trails Secretary is:
1, Chapple Drive.
His telephone number is 01440 705170
His email address is email@example.com
Three Havac stalwarts celebrate the 30th year anniversary of their completing The Buttermere Round, in The Lake District.
In the first photo are Angela Fick and Peter Addison. The second photo is of Peter.
The third member of the group was Philip Fick, who took the photos.