Manchester and Salford Ramblers

a link in the Greater Manchester and High Peak Area

Position

Name

Contact Email

Contact Telephone

Chair

Salle Dare

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07523 871475

Secretary

Margaret Metcalf

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0161 839 3865

Treasurer

Sean Dunne

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Membership Secretary & Publicity Officer

Bob Lenihan

r.lenihan@ntlworld. com

 

Walk Co-ordinator

Maggie Smith

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0161 794 3565

Social Secretary

Chris Quinn

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0161 633 9167

Newsletter Editor

Margaret Manning

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0161 861 8390

Website Administrator

Geoff Jones

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     01942 604262          07801 261571

Footpath Officer – Manchester

Richard Cleverley

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07593 077 422

Footpath Officer – Salford David Yates This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 0161 789 5209

The Salford Trail Team, Roy Bullock (who had the original idea), Margaret Metcalf, Salle Dare, David Yates, Veronica Yates, Rob Dean, Maggie Smith and Peter Matthews continue to develop, check, and amend the routes. They work with Salford Council and TfGM to keep the routes updated so if you see something that should be brought to their attention, Please let us know. email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In Manchester we have a group working with Manchester City Coucil, City of Trees and TfGM to update the Manchester Green Corridor (to be renamed The Manchester Green Trail). Further news to announced shortly.

Monday, July 16, 2018