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Discussion Forum - Events - A Sterne Encounter

Author: Sandy Gee
Posted: Mon 2nd Jul 2012, 19:11
Joined: 2010
Local Group: Calderdale
Thanks v. much for organising this one. Enjoyed the company and the varied route along with a couple of unintentional extra miles; and the food alone was worth the visit with tastiest tomatoes I've had for ages. Was a relief to get back just before the rain tipped down.
Author: Simon Leck
Posted: Mon 25th Jun 2012, 15:33
Joined: 1997
Local Group: Yorkshire Coast
Please Note: we've just fixed a problem on the LDWA website where docx files were being downloaded as zip files. You all should now be able to download the Stern Encounter route description. Note also that docx files only work with Office 2007 and 2010. There is a work around however, as a patch can be downloaded from Microsoft that allows docx files to be used with older versions of Word.
Author: Simon Broughton
Posted: Sun 24th Jun 2012, 14:50
Joined: 2006
Local Group: East Yorkshire
hi paul could you send me it too please,i can't down load it either. ive emailed you, thanks.
Author: W. Paul Tremere
Posted: Sun 24th Jun 2012, 12:31
Joined: 1989
Local Group: East Yorkshire
Contact me,
I will email an alternative version, which you may be able to open (with luck)
Author: Giselle Anne Dudley
Posted: Sun 24th Jun 2012, 10:08
Joined: 1997
Local Group: North Yorkshire
Hi John I have Office 2010 and have tried to download the route description it doesnt work? Any suggestions?
Author: Dr. John Batham
Posted: Fri 22nd Jun 2012, 21:10
Joined: 2007
Local Group: East Yorkshire
Due to overwhelming popular demand I have posted the route description for "A Sterne Encounter" - a new Event on 30th June - on East Yorks local website under Challenge in the menu tool bar
Author: Dr. John Batham
Posted: Mon 28th May 2012, 19:11
Joined: 2007
Local Group: East Yorkshire
Ignore that previous post - I'm kn******d from editing Strider walks entries and pressed the wrong button! Anyway Sterne Encounter is a new East Yorks Challenge from Ampleforth Village on June 30, a great rural adventure on the beautiful Howardian Hills. See Strider for more details. Ed Stourton, Antony Gormley and Laurence Dallaglio are some old boys of the (in)famous Ampleforth RC public school, where a Gormley bronze looks down over the hillside. So, walk and get some culture at the same time!

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