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Mr and Mrs was a great night out

The Stolarskis were crowned Mr & Mrs Congs 2016 last night ! Thanks to all the couples who participated in the fun event.

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Photos courtesy of Joe Stolarski


Santa Fun Run 2015 was a blast

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16 intrepid athletes set out from the club on the very first Santa Run, completing a 2 mile loop finishing with a sprint finish on the driveway!

All finishers received bottles of beer, energy drinks and energy bars!

It was a really well organised event and everyone loved it. Special thanks to the marshalls and on-course photographers.

Well done to all as £55.00 was raised & thanks to Joe for putting it together

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Monday Morning Gang head out to Whitby

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Wednesday September 23rd was the day the PCCC Monday Club hit the town of Whitby.

Making our way by car, courtesy of Bob & Ken, we arrived at the Rail Station at Pickering. Boarding the train there, on a pleasant journey, we arrived in Whitby.

The first port of call was the Bookies followed by the local Inn which provided us with the famous ‘Black Dog’ (a very special drink) after which we headed for the famous fish & chips. Following a sumptuous meal, Bob & Bill decided a long walk was required while the rest of us Ralph, Alan, Ken, Roy & Derek decided to head for the open sea. Shark fishing was discussed but immediately rejected after the local ale! So we settled for a pleasant sail taking in the delights of Whitby, leaving Sam to watch on in the sunshine till our return.

Retracing our steps by rail & car, we arrived back in Pudsey at around 8.30pm after a wonderful trip thoroughly enjoyed by all concerned.

Cheers! Mike Barr

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Photos courtesy of M Barr


Monday Gang on their annual trip to Scarborough to watch Yorkshire

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Photos courtesy of M Barr


Trip to Llandudno 2013

Forty three members set off one September morning heading to Llandudno. There were trips out to Caernarfon, Conway, Betws-y-coed and Chester. The Photos show some magnificent viewsalongside relaxing times at the hotel.

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Photos courtesy of Sue Wood


Isle of Wight Trip

May 2012

Forty one club members set off early one morning after a hearty breakfast at the Britannia ground on the long journey south and ready to cross the Solent on the ferry on the way to a five day holiday on the Isle of Wight. The Solent was fortunately friendly and we soon arrived at the Royal Esplanade Hotel at Ryde, tired and ready for the warm evening meal and hotel entertainment. During the visit we were able to go on trips to Godshill, Shanklin village and Cowes to name a few destinations. Many took a steam train journey, a trip on the hovercraft or a gentle walk along the pier or seafront at Ryde. Opportunities to visit a vineyard, a pearl factory and a glass factory were enjoyed by many and some took a lift down to see the Needles. A morning at Osborne House or a trip across to Portsmouth to sail round the harbour and Navel docks were also greatly enjoyed. The time past quickly but was filled with many sightseeing opportunities and the weary travellers arrived home on the Friday evening having enjoyed a lovely five days away.


Duck Race

April 2007

Photos courtesy of Paul Coates


Yorkshire Peaks Walk

April 2010

Photos courtesy of Glen Roberts


Junior Dales Walk

September 2009

Photos courtesy of Mark Gibson


Trips to Scotland

September 2007 and 2009

Photos courtesy of Roy Smith


Photos of the trip to Torquay

September, 2008

Photos courtesy of Mike Barr