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Come Join in the Fun!

Congratulations on making it thus far. The Lugs have a long and proud history, and if that history is to continue we need to enlist some new blood. That’s where you come in. If you think you might be interested in joining our merry band, contact the Brothers of the Lug below to let us know.

And, whilst we are definitely looking for recruits – it’s only if you’ve got the right stuff! To that end we’d like to know a little bit about you; why are you interested?, have you been walking long?, how old are you?, that sort of thing. We promise to be in touch as soon as possible, (presuming we remember to check our email!).

Cheers!
The Brothers of the Lug

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Our main walk is every second Sunday, meeting in Rathfarnham at 10am. For the less vigorous members, we also meet on Wednesdays.

  • comfortable pair of waterproof boots

  • waterproof jacket & trousers

  • good rucksack

  • basic first aid kit plus survival blanket

  • packed lunch & drink

  • In the winter – gloves & scarf

  • An amusing anecdote or three!

The annual donation is €40, which goes towards administrative expenses. This covers all walks, production of our bi-annual walks programme, and includes a nifty members cap. New aspiring Brothers, (or Lowly Asps), will, shortly after joining, be encouraged to contribute a small donation of €10 towards the running costs of the group.

  1. Mountaineering (including hillwalking, climbing and rambling) is an activity with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants should be aware of and accept these risks. People who take part in the activities of the Brothers of the Lug do so at their own risk and are responsible for their own actions and involvement. If you apply to join the Brothers of the Lug you agree that you wish to take part in the activities despite these risks.
  2. The Brothers of the Lug does not insure members and does not carry its own public liability insurance. Members should consider obtaining their own insurance.

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