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Name: Simon Breakwell
Date registered: Tuesday, 6 November 2012

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  1. Ye Olde Mustard Pot – Midhopestones — Sunday, 29 December 2013
  2. Walk 70 – Leeds Country Way Part 7 – Garforth to Woodlesford — Sunday, 15 December 2013
  3. The Eyre Arms – Calver — Saturday, 8 September 2012
  4. Barrel Inn – Bretton — Saturday, 8 September 2012
  5. White Bear – Masham — Saturday, 25 August 2012

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Jul 10 2010

The Crown – Horton-in-Ribblesdale

This is the place where everyone congregates once they have completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, so being a Saturday, and being July, it was busy. But that’s no bad thing, as having taken in 17 miles during the day ourselves, we were ready for the beers, and thus Sir Edmund ensured we were served …

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Jul 03 2010

The Black Bull – Nateby

Right this was now serious rambling! We were to head up towards Cumbria again, take in a few peaks on the Saturday, stop over, then conquer Nine Standards Rigg on the Sunday. For this we needed accommodation, and set about trying places in Kirkby Stephen, where Nine Standards grows out of. Ah, you’re full, no …

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Jun 12 2010

The Tan Hill Inn – Tan Hill

The equation was pretty simple. It was day two of the football world cup, and Water Crag was one of the extra peaks Sir Edmund had shoe-horned onto the list. So, get up there nice and early, scale the peak, get back, then watch endless football. There would however be no time for a drink …

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Jun 06 2010

The George Inn – Hubberholme

A pleasant ramble up Yockenthwaite Moor, coupled with some bog-hopping once up top, was followed by a couple of jars in the George. Now Hubberholme doesn’t have much… the George, a river, a farm, a peak scooting off up to its right, erm, erm, well that’s all we required of Hubberholme anyway, so it was …

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May 29 2010

The Bull Hotel – Sedbergh

As today’s route commenced from the ‘far end’ of Baugh Fell and Knoutberry Haw, rather than head back towards the Moorcock Inn and Hawes further on, we decided to have a bimble on into Sedbergh for our post-ramble tipple and what a lovely surprise was in store. Sedbergh is a lovely quaint little town, and …

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