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See below from the BMC. I should also add that I have just had news that the BMC are anticipating a rise of £2 in annual membership next year (2015). This will be one of the proposals discussed at…Continue

Started Jan 17, 2014

MOB Film and Slideshow kit
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Hi Everyone, Our wednesday night pub meets have started to go off the boil a bit - attendance has dropped over the summer while we have been out enjoying the nice weather, and now we need to get the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Derek Kenyon Oct 10, 2013.

Deeply Vale Bouldering Topo
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Just to let you all know, the final version of the Deeply Topo is now up as a permanent link on the left hand side of the front page to this site. Any comments, corrections, additions, let me know…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Greenhalgh Sep 2, 2013.

Deeply Vale Bouldering
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Hi Everyone,This is a first stab at recording the bouldering problems at Deeply Vale. It's very incomplete. All of the things marked with "??" are problems that I either can't do, haven't tried, or…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Graham Stevens Aug 1, 2013.

 

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West Nab Bouldering

Sit-starts, injuries, and an unmentionable incident with a chalk bag - all in a short evenings work for a MoB midweek raid into West Yorkshire.

West Nab is the highest point on the West Yorkshire moors. Derek had been given the heads up by Dom and we had the Over the Moors guide to point us towards a huge number of problems, so off we went. Jordan and I navigated while Derek drove so, obviously, we were a bit later than planned, but eventually me, Derek, Jordan and Ivan met…

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Posted on July 4, 2013 at 17:48 — 1 Comment

Winter Walk Dec 4

Sorry, been slow getting photos up from this but have put some up now. Great day out in the hills around Settle, in the Yorks Dales a couple of weeks ago. Thanks to everyone who turned out.

Posted on December 18, 2011 at 21:13 — 1 Comment

Pembroke Weekend

Around 15 of us spent a a superb bank holiday weekend climbing in Pembroke. The forecast was for wet weather, yet we almost completely avoided rain (though as anyone who has seen Rick's video footage of my brush with the sea knows, I for one didn't avoid getting wet!). The weather turned out fine. Me, Gary, Derek and Rick arrived late on friday night. We got the tent up and got out heads down, while Mark, Lewis, Will, Jordan and Brian upset the rest of the campsite by constructing something…

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Posted on June 3, 2011 at 0:35 — 1 Comment

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At 23:32 on January 10, 2015, Brian Knowles said…

Hi Graham,

      Hope you well.This one isn't remotely about MOB or climbing .No ,it's access to philosophical journals.I presume you must have access to an extensive library somewhere and I'd be grateful for your advice on whether whatever source you use allows public access on some basis .I'm doing some stuff on Virtue ethics and Meta-ethics and have built up a fairly extensive list of articles that I'd like to read.I have been online but the cost of access to articles is way out of my league .One solution would be the one above,so I thought I'd ask you .I'll also try other avenues.

Thanks ,

       Brian

At 0:07 on October 9, 2011, Mike Chambers said…

Graham - Let's see how the weather is and the rest of the group perform. If we are heading for the Crake there are a lot of trees and that's risky - but if it's wet or I am doubtful about the team, or we are short of seasoned supporters we'll head for the Goyt. There you will need to be able to steer but we are risking cold and wet rather than anything more serious.

 

Mike

At 21:30 on September 16, 2010, Derek Kenyon said…
Hi Graham

Please can you send me you address and contact details.

derek.kenyon@hotmail.co.uk

See you soon

Derek
 
 
 

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