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e-Newsletter October 2011
Our doors are always open to members, but later this month we’re holding a special open day for anyone who’s interested in visiting the office; evening entertainment will be provided by the inimitable Niall Grimes.
The limited edition Tremadog prints by Phil Gibson, commissioned as a fundraising initiative for the BMC Access & Conservation Trust, are in stock. Order yours now from the BMC online shop.
A number of major changes will be made to the BMC Youth Climbing Series in 2012. Additionally the dates for next year's Series have been announced.
The BMC, as part of the Wildlife and Countryside Link coalition and the Sport and Recreation Alliance have voiced our concerns on the draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) which was published at the end of July.
This new event will be taking place on Saturday 5 November at The Climbing Hangar in Liverpool.
The next BMC Safeguarding and Child Protection Awareness Training course is Wednesday 2 November 2011 in Staines, Middlesex.
Check out the latest additions to the shop, as well as some special offers for autumn trekking season, and discounts on BMC guidebooks.
Ever wondered what goes on at the BMC office in Manchester? Then come along to the Open Day on the afternoon of Thursday 27 October 2011.
Kendal is a small town with a big heart. Each year it welcomes thousands of outdoor enthusiasts to celebrate mountain culture in film, lectures, art and literature.
This excellent series of BMC lectures on winter skills will navigate its way around the UK this November.
Rt Hon Denis MacShane, Labour MP for Rotherham, sings the praises of the day he joined Chris Bonington and the BMC for a walk up Blencathra in the Lakes.
On Saturday 10 December the BMC Open Youth Event will be held at Sunderland Wall. This leading competition is designed to be a fun but competitive event. Enter online!
Stay up to date with the BMC Regional Access Database (RAD)
Find out more at thebmc.co.uk/rad
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