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CUTTING FROM THE SCARBOROUGH EVENING NEWS JANUARY 20th 1995

New April 2021

THE CLUB WAS FOUNDED IN 1986 

                                   

                                                                                                        

SMUGGLERS TROD 1987

 

 

 

 

 

SMUGGLERS TROD 1987

 

IAN ELMORE COMPETING IN THE BEACONS 100 AUGUST 1989

 

 

WALKER'S WANTED 

Yorkshire Coast Group Photo 1992 taken at Northstead School before start of the 9th Scarborough Rock

Back Row.

Dave Turpin, Norman Taylor, Laurie Cullingworth, Frank Robertson, Elaine Thompson, Ian Elmore, ? , Ted Marsh

Middle Row.

Edie Stamford, Jill Saunders, Kath Wilson, Carol Carver, Denise Thomas, George Cawkwell, Joan Turpin

Front Row.

Linda Wilson, Maureen Cullingworth, Sandra Habberley, A Clark, Alex Stamford, Dave Parke

 

Smugglers Trod 1988

Walk lead from Chop Gate by George Cawkwell

From Left to Right

Laurie Cullingworth, Unknown, Kate, Norman Taylor, Jill King, Bob Dyson, Judy Miller, Frank Robertson, Unknown,

Doreen Proctor, Alec.

 

Smugglers Trod Helpers at Fylingdales Village Hall

 

A Smugglers Trod Checkpoint  

Dave Green clipping a competitor at the Smugglers

 

Jim Goodman

Scarborough Evening News Clips 

                                                                         
                                      

MAUREEN ANN CULLINGWORTH

1934 – 2021                                                               

The Yorkshire Coast Group are sad to announce the passing away of Maureen in late July 2021

Maureen and husband moved to Scarborough from Leeds in the early 60’s to settle in the town and raise their family, she and Laurie (her husband who sadly passed away in 2008) were both founder members of the Yorkshire Coast Group (which was formed in 1986).

They also organised the Maybeck checkpoint on the Groups flagship event the “Smugglers Trod challenge walk”, where they made participants most welcome, dressed as a pirate and a serving wench.

Maureen passed away after a short illness. Despite her 86 years she could often be seen striding out locally and up to Covid times she was taking part in our shorter midweek walks. Not only a founder member but served on the group committee for many years in various roles.

Maureen will be missed by the club, her many friends and relatives far and wide