/ Crag Sponsorship

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3leggeddog on 02 Sep 2014
Now that Arcteryx have laid claim to the Lake District with their sales pitch, sorry, "revival".

Which companies do you think would make the most appropriate crag sponsors.

To start the ball rolling

Gogarth, Marks and Spencer's, on account of the amount of fresh underwear required.

Giggleswick, McDonalds, quick, convenient and unsatisfactory.

Stanage, Andrex, some soft, some strong and very, very long.

Ok so the last one was a bit poor.

Over to you
ewar woowar on 02 Sep 2014
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Craig Pant Ifan - KFC (Finger-lickin' good!)
ewar woowar on 02 Sep 2014
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Deer Bield Buttress - Vanish
ewar woowar on 02 Sep 2014
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Dove Crag - That famous white soap which is 1/3 moisuriser!
ewar woowar on 02 Sep 2014
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Millstone - Mortgage4You (Yes they do exist!)
Coel Hellier - on 02 Sep 2014
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Roaches -- Rentokil.

3leggeddog on 02 Sep 2014
In reply to ewar woowar:

You guys are good!

Denham Quarry, Evostick not because it is loose but because it is a shared use venue with the local glue sniffers, or it was back in 1986
Coel Hellier - on 02 Sep 2014
In reply to 3leggeddog:

Stoney Middleton -- Brasso.
Jon Stewart - on 02 Sep 2014
In reply to Coel Hellier:

Hen Cloud - B&Q (I presume that's where you get sandbags from?)
jsmcfarland - on 02 Sep 2014
In reply to 3leggeddog:

Dinas Mot - The North Face....it's f*cking cold there most of the year.
Dave Ferguson - on 02 Sep 2014
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Gable Crag - The X Factor - coz its full of winter wannabees
Tom Last - on 02 Sep 2014
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Blackchurch - RBS (dark, loose and nobody trusts it anymore)
Post edited at 23:41
ewar woowar on 03 Sep 2014
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The Cioch Block, Burbage S. Qy - The Labour Party
abseil on 03 Sep 2014
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Avon Cosmetics could sponsor that famous city crag in Bristol ... what was the name of the crag again, I just can't remember it...
stroppygob - on 03 Sep 2014
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Hound Tor- Pedigree chum.

Haytor - Fisons

Roche Rock - Rizla

Bosigran - Willows Care Home.
Greenbanks - on 03 Sep 2014
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The Wiltons - carpets
Shepherds - Shepherd Neame
pasbury on 03 Sep 2014
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Dumbarton Rock - Buckie
Iain Peters - on 03 Sep 2014
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Sron na Ciche - Bravissimo

Lustleigh Cleave- Anne Somers

Henna Cliff - Co-Op Funeralcare

Berry Head - Ribena
Bulls Crack - on 03 Sep 2014
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Horseshoe - LIDL - depressing, cheap and nasty but with the odd good find

Harper Hill - LIDL c 1990 depressing, cheap and nasty

johncook - on 03 Sep 2014
In reply to 3leggeddog:

Yarncliffe Quarry; Joint effort, Rentokil and Mr Sheen with input from Tarmac sand and aggregates.
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GrahamD - on 03 Sep 2014
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Portland - Center Parcs

Designer fun for the unadventurous




:-) btw
Jon Stewart - on 03 Sep 2014
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Chee Tor - Weedol
Bulls Crack - on 03 Sep 2014
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> Horseshoe - LIDL - depressing, cheap and nasty but with the odd good find

> Harper Hill - LIDL c 1990 depressing, cheap and nasty

Actually they're not cheap are they? so something depressing expensive and nasty.....Hamleys?
3leggeddog on 03 Sep 2014
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Sharp Edge, Gillette
Hat Dude on 03 Sep 2014
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Baggy Point -West Bromwich Building Society
999thAndy on 03 Sep 2014
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Yarncliff, The Daily Mail
Pant Ifan, Knickerbox
Gimmer Crag, The Sunshine Home for the Terminally Belwildered
cwarby - on 03 Sep 2014
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Bus Stop Quarry - National Express
The Castle - English Heritage
The Cuttings - Kew Gardens
Goblin Coombe - NHS (National Elf Service)
Cheddar - Cathedral City
balmybaldwin - on 03 Sep 2014
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Sacred angel (portland) - the catholic church
Battleship edge (portland) - the royal navy
Pregnant pause area - A family planning clinic
Smokey hole - local chimney sweep
Dancing ledge - Strictly come dancing
Cheddar gorge - cathedral city
Cardi - on 03 Sep 2014
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Suicide Wall, Idwal - The Samaritans
ewar woowar on 03 Sep 2014
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Like!
mike123 - on 03 Sep 2014
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Shepherds ...gregs pasties . The only lakes crag for people who don't like to walk very far.
ewar woowar on 03 Sep 2014
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Celestial Twins - Jedward

Maybe not eh?
ewar woowar on 03 Sep 2014
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St Bees - Gale's Honey
ewar woowar on 03 Sep 2014
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High Tor - Looney Tunes (Sylvester & Tweety Pie)

DerwentDiluted - on 03 Sep 2014
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Curbar optimistically sponsored by no more nails.

Ramshaw is now sponsored by popular midge repellant 'Skinned so oft'
Post edited at 22:51
Greenbanks - on 03 Sep 2014
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Black Crag - Blacks
Bench Tor - Crown Prosecution Servixe
Jon Stewart - on 03 Sep 2014
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Baslow Edge brought to you by Highland Toffee
stroppygob - on 04 Sep 2014
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Luckey Tor - The National Lottery.

Irishman's Wall - Jewsons.

Bonehill Rocks - Co-op funeral services.

Great Staple Tor - Office World (do you have them there?)

Little Mis Tor - Primark.

Leather Tor - Anne Summers.

pebbles - on 04 Sep 2014
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simons seat - DFS
Hat Dude on 04 Sep 2014
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Shorn Cliff - Philishave
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Samuel Wainwright - on 04 Sep 2014
In reply to 3leggeddog:

Wreckers Slab - Trinity House
Daddyhole Main Cliff - The NSPCC
Stone Idol - on 07 Sep 2014
In reply to Samuel Wainwright:

Chair Ladder - DFS and Wickes

Robins Rocks - Reliant

Wicca Pillar - Witches Brew

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