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Discussion Forum - Events - Bolton Boys Ripponden Ripper razzle dazzle part 2 social distancing walk with daisy

Author: Jeff Stevens
Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2020, 14:50
Joined: 2014
Local Group: West Yorkshire
Hi Ian
Fantatic Reply many Thanks. wanted to put one on so others may put some comments on . There is not much going on at the moment and not sure what we can or cant do. Hopefully will sort it self out soon. Hopefully see you on a walk soon Jeff
Author: Iain Connell
Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2020, 12:02
Joined: 2010
Local Group: East Lancashire
Sorry to come over all health & safety, Jeff, but according to clause 34 subsection 6 paragraph IV of the Business Plan, groups of six aren't allowed to carry daisies as it's the hayfever season (tried sneezing in a face mask?). And Han Sanitiser should be reserved for Solo use.

Haven't seen one of your fun pieces for a while - very welcome.

Author: Jeff Stevens
Posted: Sat 6th Jun 2020, 19:24
Joined: 2014
Local Group: West Yorkshire
Hi All
Did an anytime walk organised by the Bolton Boys. This walk was planned by the Rob and Bill where social distancing was strickly adered to. There was six of us in seperate cars and when we arrived we were given a bottle of han sanitiser each and we had a spray bottle of anti bacterial disinfectant to spray the gates we went through. To the good bit this was a fantastic walk working our way from Ripponden upto Studley Pike on towards the pennine way towards Rishworth moor and back to Ripponden. the walk was tough as anyone knows from the area .Bill and Rob incorporated loads of dams and climbing so there was a lot of stunning scenery to enjoy. I would like to Thank Bill,Rob.Kath, Peter Carmel and Daisey for a fantastic walk and there was plenty of banter and I thoroughly enjoyed every moment Many thanks to all Jeff.

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