Upcoming BMC Area Meeting dates

Posted by Tony Ryan on 01/06/2022

Come along to the next meeting in your BMC Area, to discuss the latest issues and get involved in the work of the BMC.

Area Meetings are run by volunteers and provide an opportunity for you to discuss issues and influence decisions affecting climbers and walkers locally and nationally, and to meet like-minded people and enjoy a sociable night out (or on Zoom whilst we fight to eliminate Covid-19). Area Meetings also provide the platform for election to a range of volunteer roles within the BMC.

What happens at BMC Area Meetings?

How to stay in touch with your local BMC Area

Confirmed Area Meeting dates

South West   
Date: Monday 27 June, starting at 7.00pm
Venue: online via Zoom
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Cymru South Wales     
Date: Monday 27 June, starting at 7.30pm
Venue: online via Zoom
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

North West     
Date: Wednesday 29 June, starting at 7.00pm
Venue: online via Zoom, and in-person at the BMC office, Manchester
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

London & South East     
Date: Thursday 30 June, starting at 7.00pm
Venue: online via Zoom
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Midlands     
Date: Thursday 30 June, starting at 7.00pm
Venue: online via Zoom
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Peak     
Date: Tuesday 5 July, starting at 7.00pm
Venue: Bamford Village Institute, S33 0DY
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Cymru North Wales     
Date: Tuesday 5 July, starting at 7.30pm
Venue: online via Zoom
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Yorkshire     
Date: Monday 25 July, starting at 7.00pm
Venue: online via Zoom, and in-person at The Climbing Hub, Bradford
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Areas yet to confirm next meeting date

 

Lakes
The previous meeting was held on 20 June 2022; information about the next meeting will be available soon on the BMC Local Areas site.

North East
The previous meeting was held on 16 June 2022; information about the next meeting will be available soon on the BMC Local Areas site.

See you there!


 

Find out more about the work that goes on behind the scenes with the BMC specialist committees:

Behind the scenes: access and conservation

Behind the scenes: clubs

Behind the scenes: equity

Behind the scenes: guidebooks

Behind the scenes: huts

Behind the scenes: international mountaineering

Behind the scenes: land management

Behind the scenes: technical equipment

Behind the scenes: training, youth and walls

Find out more about: BMC specialist committees

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