Chelmsford YHA Group


Wednesday Meetings, Weekends Away & Other Events

October 2020

Wednesday 7th October

Quiz Night

John & Judi

Still space for another entry on the CYHA Covid cup. Test your intellect John & Judiís quiz with a twist.

On Zoom from 8.30pm.

Wednesday 14th October


At the end of a particularly trying year this is our chance to recap and look to the year ahead. We still canít all meet in person, so we will do this through the Zoom link. There is a phone alternative for those who struggle with the internet. Please get in touch for joining instructions. Online voting will be available, or you can appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf.

Agenda to include Secretaryís, Treasurerís and Chairmanís report, Election of the Committee.

Any objections to holding the meeting in this way, any motions for the meeting, or appointment of proxies, should be sent in writing to the Secretary (before 23rd September).

River Stort at harlow Mill

Sunday 18th October

Sunday walk: Sawbridgeworth

Dave P

A walk of about 9 miles, taking in gently undulating countryside and exploring the older parts of the small Hertfordshire town of Sawbridgeworth, including a section of towpath along the River Stort, the historic Pishiobury Park, and an impressive 300-year-old beech hedge.

Meet at Bell Street car park (free on Sundays), Sawbridgeworth, CM21 9AQ, at 10.30am, and bring sandwiches for lunch.† Please let Dave know if youíre coming, and see this advice.

Wednesday 21st October

Committee meeting

Our usual Zoom meeting, planning events to take us into the winter.

Wednesday 28th October

Slide show Ė The Icknield Way

Dave P

Join us as we look back at a fabulous walk from Ivinghoe Beacon in the west to Thetford Forest in the east. We take in chalk escarpments, county boundaries, quaint villages and wide open views, following "the oldest road in Britain"".

Note: Unless otherwise stated, Wednesday events start at 8.30pm on Zoom. Please get in touch for joining instructions.

Next Month...

Please send any comments on these pages to Dave Plummer