WE NEED YOUR HELP to make sure these pages are as useful as possible for everyone. If you find a problem, please let us know. If you find features you particularly liked, or have ideas which would help us to improve the site, please let us know too ! If you have, or know of, a site to which we should have a link - tell us - don't rely on us to become aware of it on our own :-) These web pages are being updated quite frequently and it is inevitable that some links get broken from time to time. Some material may be quite hard to find, as new stuff is added and structural changes are made. The authors don't necessarily navigate through the pages by browsing as this takes too long when lots of changes are being made. But this means we often don't see the full user-image of the website.
Probably email is the best way for you to get in touch, to one of the addresses listed below. However, if you prefer to fill in a response form in your browser, we have one hosted on the web maintainer's own web pages - the response may be a little slower than cucc.survex.com, but your message will reach the same person as for the austria@ mail address in about the same time.
Most of these pages are about the club expeditions, and all feedback should go to mailbox 'austria' on site 'pennine.demon.co.uk' (Andy Waddington, in County Durham) who does the bulk of the maintenance. However, all the pages are hosted at chaos.org.uk, in Cambridge, where Wookey does a sterling job. If something doesn't work, he can usually fix it most quickly. Mail him to mailbox 'wookey' on site 'aleph1.co.uk'. He will also be interested in anything you send to Andy, so a cc: is usually a good idea.
If you want to contribute material, then either or both of the above will be pleased to hear from you. If you have something for the CUCC Newsletter, try the President, Mark Shinwell or any of the committee in Cambridge. Similarly, stuff for the ExCS Newsletter should go to Penny Reeves in mailbox 'Penny' on site 'azafran.demon.co.uk'. You can reach a subset of ExCS more quickly if you are a member of the ExCS mailing list. In particular, net abuse such as advertising posted to the group is taken very seriously and will be followed up with employers or Internet Service Providers as appropriate. If you wish to keep your net access, do not abuse this list !