The committee of the Burnmoor Lodge Club are elected annually at the AGM. If you have a general enquiry about the club, contact the club secretary.
Jonathan Foote has been visiting Burnmoor Lodge since 1958 (or possibly 1957), owner since 1988, and specialises in carrying strange loads across the moor. He is currently "President" of the Club, which means that he can continue to poke his nose into everyone else's affairs.
Mike Mitchell is a business advisor, now semi-retired, who has run a consultancy company for 25 years. He is the club's Treasurer. Mike's first experience of Burnmoor was in 1964 and he has continued to be a regular visitor ever since.
Stephen Jolly is the club secretary - the main point of contact between the club and its members. Stephen has been visiting the Lodge and climbing the mountains around it since before he could do all the walking himself, and maintains that they compare favourably to the huts and mountains in the Alps and the so-called "greater ranges".
Paul Linford is a journalist and digital publisher who lives and works in Derbyshire. He is currently Bookings Secretary. Paul first came to Burnmoor in 1993 and has been a regular visitor ever since.
Ian Foote is an enthusiastic walker and climber who has been visiting the Lodge since he was born. He is responsible for maintaining and improving the Club's website.
Richard Glover was introduced to Burnmoor Lodge in the early sixties. He has subsequently spent many hours on and under the roof, accompanied by Tilley lamps, attempting to keep the wet out. He has also helped convey various strange loads across the moors by day and night. His great desire is to see the Lodge gradually returned to a better state of repair and used to encourage young people to appreciate the beauty of creation.
If Gill hadn’t married me and Heather Jonathan I wouldn’t be doing this! As it is this family connection has provided me with the perfect walking and climbing bolt hole – just ask the children. My current objective is to ensure that the Lodge meets the relevant safety requirements to continue to give pleasure to our next generation of walkers, climbers and those who just love being there.
Catherine Foote first visited the Lodge in 1990 and, despite "hating walking and climbing", has been almost every year since.