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Group Description

Coventry Mountaineering Club aims to encourage every branch of mountaineering, including rock and snow and ice climbing, hill walking, mountain exploration, camping, skiing, scrambling, rambling and caving. We organise open air meets, lectures and discussions.

The club meets on Wednesday evenings from 9.30 p.m. onwards, in the Old Windmill, Spon Street, Coventry.

The club has about seventy members at present, with a wide range of occupations, ages, and levels of walking and climbing ability and fitness. New members are welcome, and will be encouraged to participate in club activities. Our common interest is a love of being in the mountains.

This Yahoo group is reserved for people known to the Club. To join, please contact us through our website (www.coventry-mc.co.uk), or come along to meet us on a Wednesday evening.

A single e-mail sent by a member of the Yahoo group to CoventryMC@yahoogroups.co.uk will reach most members of the Club. Messages are best kept fairly short, and should have clear and appropriate headings. Documents and pictures can be sent as attachments (but note: they are not archived on the Yahoo Group website).

To use the web-based facilities of the CoventryMC Yahoo group, you need to have a Yahoo user name and password. As with all internet facilities, it is essential to have a non-obvious password that is stored discretely and securely. With a Yahoo user name, you can upload pictures and files, and change your registered e-mail address and e-mail delivery options without the need to contact the group moderators.

Group Information

  • 91
  • Climbing
  • Apr 18, 2005
  • English

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • All members can post messages.

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