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e-Newsletter April 2012

The BMC AGM takes place later this month in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Join us for a weekend of outdoor activity and socialising. If you can't attend, you can still have your say by using the proxy voting form.

The 1932 Mass Trespass on Kinder Scout had a far-reaching impact on access to the countryside. The 80th anniversary of the trespass will be celebrated with a series of events, including walks, talks, and exhibitions.

Dave Turnbull, BMC CEO

Latest BMC News
Wild camping creates problems at Tremadog
Owned and managed by the BMC on behalf of all climbers, Craig Bwlch y Moch at Tremadog is an iconic traditional climbing venue. But poor behaviour and wild camping by a minority of climbers is threatening relations with neighbouring landowners at this popular site.
BMC backs Kenton Cool Everest medals expedition
A century after the first full Everest expedition, Kenton Cool is taking an Olympic medal awarded to one of its members to the summit. Ed Douglas reports.
Climbing wall death due to knot failure
The death of a climber at the Warehouse in Gloucester is a tragic reminder of the importance of checking your harness knot.
British ascent of huge Venezuelan overhang
Supported by BMC and MEF expedition grants, Sam Fansworth and George Ullrich joined Mason Earle (USA) and Siebe Vanhee (Belgium) in putting up a new route on Venezuela's Amuri Tepui.
New planning laws: now the battle starts!
On Tuesday 27 March, the Government published its new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) for England and how this new guidance should be applied.
Activity licensing reform 'as bad as it can be'
Hopes that a new voluntary scheme for making sure activity providers for children are up to the mark are dashed, as Wales opts to keep the existing scheme. Ed Douglas reports on the growing confusion.
Shauna Coxsey places 4th in IFSC Boulder World Cup - China - Now with video
The first IFSC Boulder World Cup of the season took place in Chongqing, China this weekend. Shauna Coxsey and Mina Leslie-Wujastyk went out to compete.
Kinder 80 celebrations
Although Kinder is a peaceful place today, 80 years ago it was the scene of confrontation, beatings and social injustice. This month sees the 80th anniversary of the ground breaking Kinder Mass Trespass in 1932, and a whole week of celebrations are planned.
BMC AGM 17: how you can vote
Want to vote but can’t attend our AGM? You need to use your proxy voting card. Find out what that is and how you can use it. Here are three easy ways you can make your membership count.
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