Newsletters 91 to 100
This page contains Newsletters 91 to the 100.
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Spring 2010 Newsletter 100
- CCPC Member's photos in Montane catalogue and Descent magazine.
- 2010 Meets List
- Morocco Trip: February 2010 Ascent of Jebil Toubkal. Alison Brentnall.
- Lloyds Spar Mine trip report. Ralph Johnson.
- Changes to plans and club news.
- Trip Report: Seathwaite Wad Mine, Borrowdale. Alan Brentnall.
- Mallorca Trip: 21st to 28th March 2010. Gill Kelly.
- DCA/BCA SRT Workshop for Club Training Officers.
Late Summer 2009 Newletter 98
- A "shout" to Middleton Mine.
- Club Gear
- Grotte de la Grande Dore
- Scrambling in the Canadian Rockies
Summer 2009 CCPC Newsletter 97
- Mostly what we did on our holidays this time, but there is a bit of caving too.
- China April 2009 - Big Snowy Mountain
- Stream Passage Pot
- Mallorca. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
- The Tongariro Crossing. New Zealand
- Mount Huntington - Alaska - Harvard Route
- All in a Days Work
Spring 2009 Newsletter 96
- A final visit to Holme Bank Chert Mine
- Trip Report. Hungerhill Swallet
- Bat Conservation Trip
- Incident on Saturday 24th Jan 2009. Alls well that ends well.
Winter 2008 Newsletter 95
- Mallorca - espeleologia con cerveza - Visit to Mallorca
- Garden Path Inspection.
- OUR DCRO
- Dabbling in Stoney Middleton Dale: 2nd December 2008
Autumn 2008 Newsletter 94
- Out and About. Recent CCPC activities
- The trip that almost never was!! Alps visit.
- Six easy days in the Alps.
- Yet another exploit in the Alps.
- Report from Natalie on her Operation Raleigh trip to Borneo.
- Forthcoming Attractions.
Spring 2008 Newsletter 93
- Mike Scott Obituary
- Cows Tails
- Owlett Hole Mine
- SRT Rescue Course
- Useful Translations
50 Years and Going Strong Newsletter 92
- Fiftieth Celebration
- Alps 2007
- Ireby Fell- Bubble Route
- Child Protection and CCPC
- Tryfan and the Glyders, 25th March 2007
- It Shouldn’t Happen To An OAP!
Spring 2007 Newsletter 91
- 50th Anniversary event.
- Minera Mine.
- Competition Time!
- Now for a bit of history.
- P8 Shout.
A pair of feet in Birks Fell Cave. Photo © Des Kelly 2019.