President - Matt Fennelow
I've been climbing for over 20 years and have been in the PCC for a good chunk of that. It's been the basis of so many good days out and the source of many friends. As someone who first learned to climb indoors but learned about trad climbing through a club, I think that aspect of a club is really important. It's always good to share what we know and to learn from others.
I mainly love trad cragging but enjoy a bit of bouldering or sport too. I'm also a keen walker and runner, organising a small fell running group through the winter.
Chair - Trevor Wilson
I have been chairman on and off for about 20 years and an advocate of a slightly anarchic, low red tape club, optimising on fun. Particularly keen on jamming cracks, sea stacks, ice climbing but pretty much up for all types of climbing.
Secretary - Adam Chambers
I’m Adam the PCC Secretary. I like every aspect of climbing, but anything that involves mountains would be preferred. From Scrambles, long multi-pitch, to Scottish Winter! I’m a sucker for anything that has 3 stars, or is a classic route!
Membership Secretary - Steve Lismore
Steve Lismore is the Membership Secretary for Peak Climbing Club and is the first point of contact for people interested in joining the Club. He is very keen on trad, multi-pitch adventure routes and winter climbing, is just getting into sport climbing, and is always interested in trying out new climbing destinations! And he likes cooking for Club trips as it means he doesn't have to do the washing up.
Meets Secretary - Sarah Dixon
I started climbing 10 years ago at university and joined the club about 5 years ago. I'm mainly into trad climbing, especially gritstone cracks, but will do all kinds of climbing.
Treasurer - Andy Jobling
Shanghaied into the post but actually very good and can be trusted with the cash
Training Representative - Andy Burgess
Having first touched grit in ‘84 on moving to Sheffield I’ve climbed off and mostly on it ever since. Partial to a mantle, which is a good thing considering grit top outs, I’ve ended up mainly as a boulderer and resident of the Works. That said I love a good chimney and aim to get outside more for the trad. Sport? Hmmmmm
New Member Representative - Ian Baker
I moved to Sheffield in mid-2022 and joined the PCC shortly afterwards. I'm mostly into (easy) trad climbing, but dabble in other types too. I like the relaxed yet supportive atmosphere in the club, and I'm hoping to get out on lots of PCC trips and meets over the coming year.
New Member Representative - Lucy Nelson
Always willing to help anybody. It is not how hard you climb but how much you enjoy it that matters
Member Without Portfolio - Rob Liddle
I moved to Sheffield a few years ago and PCC has given me friends, a community and the knowledge there will always be a friendly face at the crag and the pub (15 minutes to Stanage still feels wild!). I like trad for the sense of adventure and mindfulness, sport for those moments of flow when working at my limit and will occasionally boulder, ideally in Font!
Member without Portfolio - Charlotte Wade
I've been climbing for around 10 years. I moved to Sheffield in 2022, where my partner and I joined the club to make friends and climbing partners, which it’s been great for. I generally enjoy being outdoors, climbing, camping, trail running or canicross, but I really love long easy mountain routes, or a good day out on grit.
Member Without Portfolio - Jen Maxfield
I've climbed and worked in the Peak for a long time now. The PCC has given me countless opportunities for trips, memories and friendship. I love the mad tales that ensue from everyone's adventures. The Club is great for psyche, making plans and a very supportive community too. Thank you PCC, a big part of me!