We contacted Roger and he told us:
"The photo's are scanned from the club scrap book, started at the foundation of the club on the 2nd May 1955. There are more photo's and newspaper articles in the scrap book of similar vintage. I have had contact with a couple of surviving members from this era in the past couple of years. John Redhead and Chris Shorter are from our area and climbed with the club in the past. Club members put up new routes in Yorkshire and helped develop Filey Brigg.
Most of our 40 members live close to Hull and Beverly in East Yorkshire. We have no official base, we have monthly meets in Scotland, Wales and the Lakes, and weekend ad hoc trips to Yorkshire and the Derbyshire crags.
The posting has encouraged some older members to look in their attics, so watch this space."
You can view the East Yorkshire Climbing & Mountaineering Club Photos here, including some of the original documentation at the foundation of the club and early members climbing in Wales, Yorkshire and the Alps.
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