This year, my first with Rohan, has been a period of celebration, optimism and uncertainty. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the Olympics, the Paralympics and, course, Rohan’s own 40th Birthday Celebrations
Archive for December, 2012
The Boxing day walk is a bit of a tradition and helps burn off the excesses of Christmas Day. We love the great outdoors and there’s nothing better than a festive stroll at Christmas so get out and explore this holiday.
Rohantime posts are tremendously varied, covering such topics as Rohan Reviews, Rohan History, Rohan Shops and Rohan People and Places. Each of these posts generates comments. From time to time we highlight a comment
The most frequently asked question in the last few days. When does the Rohan Sale start? Answer 27th December 2012. Have you registered? Register you email address now for priority notification. Sign up to receive our Connect emails to make sure you are always up to date
Harrogate at Christmas is a magical and lively place. The historic spa town streets fill with locals and tourists, the tearooms bustle, the stores play carols to their customers, and the cold weather gives the place a seasonal charm.
Rohan Christmas Gift Ideas Inspire your loved ones to take to the great outdoors with a truly useful Rohan present. Choosing the perfect Christmas gift can sometimes be a tricky task. But, if your loved one is a Rohan fan, then hopefully our gift suggestions
The Wines of Franconia Last week saw a great evening in Harrogate, the staff and customers enjoyed an educational evening with Martin Bayne of Harlequin Wines York sampling the wines of Franconia
Have you seen the Rohan Gallery? Over the last couple of years Rohantime has covered a lot of topics. Some great stories from Rohanists, Rohan colleagues, old friends and new. All these stories are now safely captured on Rohantime
Review Rohan Superfine Merino 150 Base Layer Reviewed by: Paul Besley Walker, Guide and Writer Paul is based on the edge of the Peak District National Park. Has over 35 years walking experience, much of it spent in the England, Scotland, Wales and especially the Peak District