Month: November 2011

November 25, 2011 Richard_calder No comments exist

Clarionistas, friends and family including children, enjoyed a fabulous Christmas Ball on 3rd December at Walton Community Centre where they joined other revellers in Ball gown, black tie, fancy dressor casual. Admission was free, and included a splendid free buffet and disco.  Calder members and friends enjoyed an evening with buddet, raffle prizes and festive fun at the Annual fundraising Christmas Fuddle at the Club Room in Ossett Town FC Social Club raising over £100.

November 14, 2011 Richard_calder No comments exist

National Secretary Ian Clarke sends the following message from Clarion HQBoots! As the season closes for most of us, hardy cyclo-crossers keep going, there’s still one more Clarion race championship and that is next weekend:National Clarion CX ChampsClarion Cyclo-cross championships will be decided in the Nottingham Clarion event on the 19th of November. Details can be found…

November 14, 2011 Richard_calder No comments exist

Start of a Peak Audax in Cheadle. Courtesy Peak Audax Four Calder Clarionistas: Tom Butler, Jonny Croston, Matt Dodsworth and Michael vennard rode the Peak Audax ‘Cheshire Safari’ on Sunday 13th November, with a 100 mile flatish route and a great November day’s riding.Starting from the Cheadle HQ at 8.00am the route meanders across the Cheshire plain, taking in…

November 13, 2011 Richard_calder No comments exist

Longnor Bound   Gathering for a ride at Illam Hall The National Clarion Big Ride Out in October was a huge success. Ilam Hall youth hostel in the Peak District was an ideal base for cyclists with local attractions including Tissington Trail, Thors Cave, Dovedale’s Stepping Stones and miles of great cycling in the area. Ilam Hall…

November 8, 2011 Richard_calder No comments exist

The following is a plea from James Vaughan who lives in Cambridge and is a keen cyclist. This is a long shot but I am trying to find out about my great grandfather (pictured) and wondered if anyone could help? (tried Googling etc but no luck) I think he was called John Holgate and our…