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The Future of Outdoors – Update 11th June

14 Jun 2017 | Club News

Back in April, we advised everyone that unless the board received an application to become the new editor of Outdoors by Saturday 10th June, the board would have to begin the process of winding the magazine down. I regret to tell you that this deadline has now passed and no application has been received. The process to wind down the magazine will therefore begin.

What this means in practice is that in August Tim will take me through the process of putting together the September issue. I will then take responsibility ...
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AGM 2017

14 Jun 2017 | Club News

At its meeting on Saturday 8th April the board voted to put the following resolutions to the AGM:

That Oasis Accounting Services be appointed as the independent accountant. As a result of ill health, Mr D.A. King, who had been our independent account for a number of years, was unable to put together the 2016 accounts. Accordingly, the treasurer found a replacement, Oasis Accounting Services, based in Croydon. In the opinion of the board, they did a first-rate job at a very reasonable price.

That the name under which the club operates should be changed to Adventure Out....
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AOG Update 11th June

14 Jun 2017 | Club News

Hi everybody! I’m delighted to report that the number of members who have booked to attend the AOG has now reached 163. But there are still some single rooms available, and there are places available at all the evening meals, including the Saturday dinner and disco. So if you haven’t booked yet, please remember to get your booking in by 30th June. We’d love to see you!

Bookings for the walks, cycle rides and other AOG activities are now open. We would encourage you to book your activities in advance if you can....
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Winning Photo May

4 Jun 2017 | Club News

The photo is from the East Kent canoeing and walking weekend along the Medway Valley. It shows 4 members by the Archbishops Palace in Maidstone.

Thanks to everyone who submitted photos, especially Gary Coppins for the winning entry.

There are two more canoeing events organised if you are inspired by this photo and much more than walks shown in the Adventure Out and Events Abroad groups.

Canoeing Down The Barrow River In Ireland

Canoeing plus glamping weekend Hay-on-Wye


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