Towards the end of 1944 when the second world war was heading towards an allied victory, a number of local men and women decided to start a rambling and social club. As some had taken advantage of Countrywide Holidays Association (CHA) holidays prior to the war, and had enjoyed the camaraderie and social atmosphere, they decided to form Crosby CHA Club, affiliated to CHA.
These humble beginning have seen the Crosby club develop over the years bringing many happy hours to our numerous members.
The original meeting place was Olive Hall, but for the past forty years we have met regularly each Wednesday evening at Moor Lane Methodist Church.
A decision was made by the Club to change its name to Crosby Rambling Club, but the ethics and objectives remain the same, and the Club will be celebrating its 77th Anniversary in October 2021.\lla\ll H