*Lagan Valley Rambling Club

'In May 2001 the Health Promotion Agency provided a small grant to set up the Lagan Valley Exploration Project. Bill Ervine used the grant to organise a series of Tuesday evening walks that summer and to get guests to explain the history and wildlife of the river from Lagan Meadows to Slieve Croob. In September, when the grant ran out, the walkers decided to set up the Lagan Valley Rambling Club, to extend the walks to weekends and to widen the range to the rest of Northern Ireland and beyond.'

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'Our club is based in Lisburn, it has approximately 30 members, of which about 10 – 15 turn up for each walk. Most members are late middle aged so most of the walks we do would be in the easy category. We tend to walk in the more picturesque parts of the country, and while we like the mountains we seldom climb to the top.' Alert Website unavailable at Review; Link replaced with generic list.

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