Enamel "Ramblers Association" badge, with a red flower and green leaves as the background. In the foreground is "RA" in large gold letters and the full title "RAMBLERS ASSOCIATION" is against a blue sash. Symbols are also written on each of the 4 leaves in gold. Belonged to Jack Helyer, who wrote books about rambling in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. He was one of the country's leading organists and become the resident organist at the Ritz Cinema (later The Odeon) when it opened in 1933. He was also a composer, author and enthusiastic rambler. See History File for more information including details of deposits in the archives office and library.