Monthly archives: October, 2014

October 2014 trip to Cornwall

We had had three weekly training sessions at the huge new climbing walls of Withdean Sport Centre in October before we left on Saturday the 25th, traveling all day to Gunnislake, Cornwall, very near Devon where in fact we did most of the climbing. TRAINING DAYS Tony had already advice us to watch some getting…



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A Week of Wonderful Welsh Rock

Snowdonia is known to be one of the wettest parts of the country, but that didn’t stop me from being as excited as a child visiting Disneyland for the first time. I was exuberant just thinking about witnessing some of the most impressive crags and landscapes in the UK. I got there with a couple…



Archery

Craggers just paid for me to renew my Archery Leader qualification. I originally did the Archery Leader training in 2007 and the system has now changed with the general modernisation of the Grand National Archery Society (which has now rebranded itself as Archery GB) so that you can now renew online via a system something…



Membership

Non members are welcome to join in with any non-subsidised activities, such as local walks and bush craft days. However to enjoy the full benefits of Craggers (see below) and be eligible to come on a range of subsidised activities, such as, climbing and kayaking and mountaineering you will need to join and become an…