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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Wild Horizons Podcast: Rose Gare-Simmons on Blencathra

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17/01/2022

In the latest episode of Wild Horizons, Rose Gare Simmons tells us all about Blencathra, one of the northernmost fells in the Lake District, majestically overlooking the A66.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Podlediad Gorwelion Gwyllt: Gerwyn Jones yn trafod Eifionydd

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07/12/2021

Ardal yng Ngogledd-Orllewin Cymru, yn estyn o Ddwyrain Llŷn yr holl ffordd i Borthmadog, (ac efallai y tu hwnt, dibynnu pwy sy’n cael eu holi) ydi Eifionydd. Mae’r Afon Erch yn ffin Orllewinol iddi. Mae Moel Hebog, Moel y Gest, Moel Lefn a Moel yr Ogof yn rai o’r copaon di-ri sydd werth ymweld â nhw yno.
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Wild Horizons Podcast: John Dalrymple on the Simonside Hills

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25/11/2021

In this latest instalment of Wild Horizons podcast, we travel to Northumberland in the company of John Dalrymple to visit his favourite local upland, the Simonside Hills. The Simonsides are an open expanse of upland just south of the town of Rothbury. Think heather-clad rolling hills, small sandstone outcrops and big skies and you won’t go far wrong.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Access conference: Changing behaviours requires inspiration, dialogue and trust

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04/12/2019

Be better as a community of outdoor representatives to share good practice messages. This was one of the key messages from the BMC conference on Changing Behaviours.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

New report recommends our national parks actively connect all parts of society

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30/09/2019

The government has published the final report of its recent Landscape review on the current health and role of our national parks and Areas Of Outstanding National Beauty. BMC Access Officer Cath Flitcroft takes an initial look at what this means for climbers and hill walkers.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Have your say on the future of our National Parks and AONBs in England

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04/12/2018

The Landscapes Review of designated landscapes (as outlined in Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan) was launched in May this year and an independent panel was set up to try and find out what the public think works well and what could be improved in England’s National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs).
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

The Great Ridge Restoration: MPs and mountaineers discuss how to Mend Our Mountains and Ways

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27/09/2017

The Mountaineering All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) exists to promote the sporting and recreational interests of climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers; to raise awareness of the physical and social benefits of mountaineering; and to campaign for sustainable access to cliffs, mountains and open countryside.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Giant pylons do not belong on the doorstep of the Lake District

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16/12/2016

The BMC joins the chorus of concern at National Grid proposals to build pylons the size of Nelson’s Column metres from the boundary of the Lake District National Park – and encourages you to do the same.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

The cuts continue: but what does the Spending Review mean for the great outdoors?

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30/11/2015

Last week, the Chancellor set out plans for departmental spending over the next five years. We look at the potential impact on funding for outdoor recreation.
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Why the BMC is a highly commended campaigner

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25/11/2015

The BMC has been highly commended as ‘Campaigner of the Year’ in The Great Outdoors Awards. Here are some examples of how we campaign for walkers and climbers like you.
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