Weather forecast for climbing

The forecast isn’t great, but even if it’s raining in the morning, we might still get breaks of dry weather in the afternoon. Metcheck forecast currently states:

19:00hrs: 14C, v light precipitation (0.1mm), 54% cloud coverage, southerly wind 7-20mph, UV zero, possible breaks in cloud allowing sunny spells.

Reading between the lines, I’d say that the rain will be very light and will blow over quickly, allowing the rock to dry out. Pack a cag and warm clothing.. we’ll still get out climbing.

See you there.

Directions to Charnock Pond for fishing on Sunday

  • From Gleadless Townend, follow White Lane.
  • Just after White Lane tram stop, turn right into Carter Hall Road.
  • Go past Charnock School on your left. At a T-junction, turn left, and immediately after turn left again into a tiny road called Carterhall Lane.
  • Carterhall Lane is a potholed gravel track with hedges on either side. Follow this for a minute or so.
  • Eventually you will see a bright yellow sign saying ‘Fishing’ pointing right. Follow this through a gate.
  • Immediately, look for the ‘Parking’ sign on the left, around a farm building.

Fishing Sunday 9th June

Well its that time of the year again for a spot of fishing, hopefully in the sun.

This will be held in two sessions again, older group in the morning and the younger members in the afternoon.

We will be meeting at Charnock ponds, Carter Hall Fisheries, just off Whites Lane.  Morning session will run 9am to 12 noon then afternoon session 1pm to 4pm.

You will all need to have licence, which is £5 for the year and can be easily purchased either on line or at the post office. This MUST be with you on the day.

All equipment and bait will be provided and the cost of the day will £3 each child.

You will need to bring:  Waterproof, in case of bad weather along with suitable footwear!!,  Food and drink and a chair if you want to sit down