Sunday 28th July 2019: Some COG members with Duncan Hornby, the duty officer of the South Wales Caving Club, who gave a talk about the cave system and caving near the abandoned village of Penwyllt near Craig y Nos.
We also had a short tour and learned a bit about the history of the club and its club house, which is actually an adapted row of quarry houses. Afterwards we walked a five mile circuit in perfect weather through the Nature Reserve where the ecology is slowly hiding the scars of quarrying and brickworks. The derelict tram roads and railway lines not only make excellent walking routes but appear to be pretty good for insects, birds and wild flowers too! We called in at The Ancient Briton after the walk where we sat in the shade of a huge umbrella. If you missed this great day out don’t worry it will be in the Programme again next year.
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COG committee for 2020-21
Following the Annual General Meeting of COG in November 2020 the current committee members are:
President – David M
Chairman – Darren S
Treasurer – Lyndon M
Secretary – Roger G
Membership Secretary – Brian D
Safety Officer – Nick W
Walks Co-ordinator – Josie L
Social Secretary – Sian D
Communications Officer & Programme Typesetter – Vacant
Family Liaison Officers – Jane S
Three Peaks Trial Event Organiser – Chris L
Three Peaks Trial Finance Officer – Vacant
Committee Member – Martyn R
It was decided at the AGM that membership fees will remain the same as in 2019 – 20. These are £15 per year for adults and £2 for children under 18. The reduced fee of £12 for adults will remain in place. The contribution towards petrol costs when travelling to events by car will remain at 24p per mile.