Now, I bet you are all thinking this article is going to be about Yobs at climbing sites, well you’re wrong, in fact I don’t think I’ve met any Yobs at the Crags up here,

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Well Hi all you at the HRFC, Why do we do it, why do we put ourselves through the pain and suffering we call climbing, probably because we like it so much .

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When Archie sent our Xmas card he said keep 30th April free there’s going to be a celebration. Tricia got quite excited as she thought it must be a wedding, so she looked through her selection of hats to find one suitable for the occasion. Unfortunately for her, when we met Archie on the Scotland trip the celebration was to join him to celebrate him doing his last Munro.

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“It was a dark and stormy night……..”, well it was quite dark, and the gentle drizzle drifting through the head torch beams added a bit of atmosphere as we set out from the warmth of the Plough at Crowhurst.

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This popular event was once again held at El Rancho Peak and followed tradition with a merry band of helpers constructing a heap of extremely damp, if not waterlogged, timber in the middle of a wet field. The unspoken question in every ones mind, ”will it burn”, being drowned out by cries of “of course it will”.

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While carrying out some research for another project, one of our members, Mark Rymell, during a search of old editions of the Hastings & St Leonards Observer, came across an advert in issue dated 23rd November 1974.

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Monday the 7th of October 1985 may not at first sight appear to be a very significant date, but is in fact the date of the first evening that the Club used the Grove Wall.

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“It could be a bit muddy in places” said our leader Kim W, so big boots, gaiters, and waterproof trousers were all in evidence at the meeting point, the Robin Hood pub in Icklesham.

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