Peak & Northern Footpaths Society (est.1894)

Signpost 43, Summer 2013

Welcome to the online edition of Signpost. This is an alternative to the print edition.

Mayor of Congleton, Sally-Ann Holland and Alan Soper at the new stile at the northern end of Congleton 82

Can you help and other news

Evidence Needed, Volunteer Needed, Sad News, Dates for your diary


Exciting Times for PNFS
by John Broadbent

April 27th 2013 was quite a day for PNFS. The EGM voted unanimously for the new Constitution thereby giving Trustees the authority as well as the responsibility for effectively managing the Society. ...


Bridestones Celebration

There was much to celebrate and sixty people joined David Bratt as he led the walk up to The Cloud which enjoys spectacular views over Cheshire. ...


Kimberworth FP17
by John Harker

Kimberworth 17 was a non-definitive path until 2011, despite the fact that local people had used it for many decades for leisure and getting to work in the Don Valley which the path overlooks. ...


Other Footpath News

Congtratulations go to Eileen Leonard, Sometimes the threat is enough


Signpost report
by Dave Morton

Signpost Gallery, new signposts, donations, plaques, thanks


Geoff Errington Tribute Walk
by David Bratt

On Wed May 29th eleven of us took the Transpeak bus service from Buxton and met up with another nine of us waiting for our arrival at Whatstandwell near Ambergate. ...


HS2 Update
by David Hewett

HS2 may seem a long way off, if not many years away, however events are moving along in Staffordshire. ...


Walks Programme

Details of short walks and longer walks, July to September. See also the complete current walks programme.


David Bratt, Ruth Cozens and John Broadbent pay tribute to Geoff Errington
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