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Dale   on 26/11/18 @ 16:40 said:

Bit too far for me I’m afraid, sometimes go to my local wall, especially in the dark nights. Good idea though

chrissy100   on 26/11/18 @ 18:02 said:

Good idea. I𠆝 be up for doing a saturday session fortnightly with trips to Sheffield or Stockport as well.

charlie44   on 26/11/18 @ 18:35 said:

I wouldn't mind moving it around a bit - there is Kendal wall and Brighouse has a 22m wall too - it would give people in different areas a chance to get involved. Lets see what to interest level is first.

Bentravla   on 26/11/18 @ 21:04 said:

You could always have an awayday and come to Norwich. I go to Highball wall at least once a fortnight, can show you round

Ridgewalker   on 26/11/18 @ 21:35 said:

Out doors on the Rocks in wales - Splendid

charlie44   on 27/11/18 @ 0:00 said:

Clearly, once the winter gloom is away, there will be plenty of opportunities to gear up and get outside in the spring. Having climbed together indoors I thought it might be a good catalyst for future adventure in the hills - particularly for anyone uninitiated to roped climbing. That was my thinking anyway

Jo J   on 27/11/18 @ 11:06 said:

Greetings, sounds interesting - especially if at least starting during the daytime for those travelling some way & planned to be interspersed with some Sheffield slots too please...maybe combined with a Fat Cat or Kelham Island wind down...

Maz   on 27/11/18 @ 17:17 said:

Harrogate a bit far for me from North Wales but I've just dragged myself back to the plastic this winter and thoroughly enjoying it. We go every week to the Boardroom on Deeside( just over the border and very convenient for commuters and locals alike).

Ridgewalker   on 27/11/18 @ 18:27 said:

Back to the Plastic MaZ ! Sounds like a credit rating game, I may need to visit one of these indoor plastic things, so I can keep my edge when CIESLW 2019 arrives in the busy scheme of Ridgewalker Adventures. ������ if I remember correctly you think I’m a Lunitic on the Rocks, it would make a good Cocktail, next up some subtle delights in Snowdonia.

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 27/11/18 @ 19:38 said:

I don't get there as often as I would like, but I'm a member of Bear Rock climbing centre on the Warwick Uni. Campus. It's quieter than the Brum indoor centres like Redpoint but has all the grades of climb you could want. Couple of auto belays too

Flat cap   on 28/11/18 @ 11:52 said:

Would be great to have a climbing group forming. I started going to the Nottingham climbing wall about once a week, could do Derby and/or Sheffield if that's better for others. Harrogate is a long way from my place (although in summer, Brimham Rocks would be tempting). If there is enough interest perhaps we could rotate places?

Flat cap   on 28/11/18 @ 12:32 said:

just looked at the map, and Stoke and Warwick would be a similar distance to me as Sheffield - so I would be happy to meet up at those places

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