Upcoming BMC area meeting dates

Posted by Tony Ryan on 01/12/2019
Connect with your area via the BMC Local Areas site

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

The role of area meetings is to facilitate democratic debate between BMC members and reach consensus and decisions on local and national issues.  Area meetings are the main forum for members to contribute to discussions about climbing, hill walking and mountaineering issues in their area.  To many people they are the 'public face' of the BMC where members wishing to get more involved can express opinions, influence policy and learn about wider aspects of the BMC’s work.

They are also good social occasions, often taking place in pub meeting rooms, with some free food laid on (you have to buy your own drinks!) and a speaker talking about a recent expedition to a far flung corner of the world or a trip to the latest rock climbing hotspot.

What happens at BMC area meetings?

How to stay in touch with your local BMC area

Confirmed area meeting dates

Peak
Date: Wednesday 15 January 2020, starting at 7.30pm
Venue: The Norfolk Arms, Ringinglow, S11 7TS
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Lakes
Date: Wednesday 11 March 2020, starting at 7.30pm
Venue: To be confirmed
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

North West
Date: Wednesday 11 March 2020, start time to be confirmed
Venue: Manchester Climbing Centre, M12 5ND
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Yorkshire
Date: Monday 16 March 2020, starting at 7.30pm
Venue: The Wheatley Arms, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, LS29 8PP
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Cymru North Wales
Date: Tuesday 17 March 2020, start time to be confirmed
Venue: To be confirmed
Find out more on the BMC Local Areas site

Areas yet to confirm next meeting date

Cymru Mid Wales
The previous meeting was held on Thursday 21 November 2019; information about the next meeting, which is likely to be in May 2020, will be made available on the BMC Local Areas site.

Cymru South Wales
The previous meeting was held on Tuesday 26 November 2019; information about the next meeting will be available soon on the BMC Local Areas site.

London & South East
The previous meeting was held on Thursday 21 November 2019; information about the next meeting will be available soon on the BMC Local Areas site.

Midlands
The previous meeting was held on Wednesday 20 November 2019; information about the next meeting will be available soon on the BMC Local Areas site.

North East
The previous meeting was held on Thursday 28 November 2019; information about the next meeting will be available soon on the BMC Local Areas site.

South West
The previous meeting was held on Saturday 23 November 2019; information about the next meeting will be available soon on the BMC Local Areas site.

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hi there I love climbing and I was hpoin that you would be able to have some more dates for people in the south east as I love climbing I really want to climb thanks :)
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You can find out about BMC area meetings and other events and activities in the London & SE area on the BMC Local Areas website - http://community.thebmc.co.uk/london and se

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