/ NEWS: Alpine Club And BMC Plans To Move - Update

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Michael Ryan - on 06 Nov 2007
Stephen Venables, President of the Alpine Club and Dave Turnbull, CEO of the BMC, both respond to the UKClimbing.com report about the exploratory discussions for a 'centre for British Climbing" that have taken place between Sheffield City Council, the BMC, the Alpine Club and the UK Mountain Heritage Trust.

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/
Skyfall - on 06 Nov 2007
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com:

oh my god, Sheffield mafia comments here we go...
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anonymous1 - on 06 Nov 2007
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com:



Why the hell they would move there is totally beyond me.

Why dont the alpine club move to manchester, the real centre/capital of UK climbing.with 6.8 million people within 40 minutes travel from BMC H/Q . It cant be that bad.

Plus, if they think they are using my subs to pay for all the redundancies and relocation costs they can bugger off.

You can see a certain Hayfield residant thinking ''hmm,i only have to get the train from New Mills, and ooo i just remembered i can climb on my way home if we move to sheffield.''

:-(

p.s As a BMC memeber do we own a slice of BMC H/Q .??

If so what will i/we get if you sell BMC H/Q 'cause surley its not 'yours' to sell, but ours as in the memebrs


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