Cambridge University Caving Club
Newsletter #7 --- 25 November 1997
The week that's been
In the interests of producing a short newsletter, everyone abstained from doing
anything interesting... except Wookey and Steve who sneaked off to do
some surveying in South Wales.. but they're keeping it quiet.
Club dinner in Yorkshire
Weekend of 6/7th December, week after Yorks II and end of term. Dinner in
the Marton on Saturday. Accomodation: camping or caravans. Caving too!
Get in touch with Jeremy soon - even if the dinner gets booked-up it still
will be a great weekend to head up to Yorkshire.
Jeremy & Jonathan
YORKS II IS HERE.... NOV 29-30. Sign up tonight (Tuesday) - we need to
know numbers (cars, drivers, accommodation, etc).
If anyone is interested in a possible trip to Fermanagh around Easter1998,
could they please e-mail Stephen Jones (email@example.com) or otherwise let
me know fairly soon. If there is sufficient interest I will start looking
at possible costs, dates etc. Fermanagh offers a great variety of caving
with relatively few cavers meaning that the caves are fairly unspoilt. The
problem is that, to quote the guidebook author, there is "t@!s all to do
when it rains", so we'd have to be a bit flexible ("it's going to rain,
lets go elsewhere" seems a sensible attitude).
Lunch is at: Paul Hammond's Flat 6 St Michaels Court 1-2PM Thursday (Caius ---
opposite the porters)
That's all folks!!
Tue Nov 25 20:46:07 GMT 1997
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