Peak & Northern Footpaths Society (est.1894)

Talking about the PNFS

Shirley M Addy, Footpath Inspector and Future Signpost Editor

This article is from Signpost 56, February 2018

I have given over a hundred talks on several subjects to various local groups such as Probus, local history, U3A and Rotary. A few months ago, it occurred to me that I could start talking about the PNFS, and I then suggested at the Strategy meeting in October 2017 that a list of members willing to give presentations on the Society be published on the website.

For many years the PNFS has received many requests for speakers from local or affiliated groups. However, the Society does not have enough members who are speakers evenly distributed throughout our areas, which has meant that on occasion some have to travel some distance. Last year, PNFS chairman David Hurrell, who lives in Sheffield, gave a talk for a Ramblers group in Blackburn, only a few miles away from where I live.

If you would like to be included on the list of speakers, email me on:

Speakers need to advise the PNFS of any talks they give so that they may be added to the list of organisations that the Society has visited and talked to.

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