/ NEWS: GREAT VIDEO: Cleaning Up Tremadog

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Michael Ryan - on 31 Jul 2008
TV channel for outdoor enthusiasts, you can now watch the action from the Tremadog festival and find out how these fantastic Welsh crags have been cleaned up and reclaimed by BMC volunteers.

The 10 minute programme stars Mike Raine (Festival Organiser and Chair BMC Cymru/Wales), Martin Kocsis (BMC ...

Watch at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/older.html?month=07&year=2008#n45232
dgp - on 31 Jul 2008
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com:
Tremendous effort - unearthed some really good routes which have been a pleaure to climb - well done to all - must help next time. Dave
antwan - on 01 Aug 2008
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com: How good does martin look on Telly!
ericinbristol - on 01 Aug 2008
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com:

"Great" video?
ashaughnessy - on 01 Aug 2008
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com:
Did they cut down any trees?
martin k on 01 Aug 2008 - customer2884.pool1.unallocated-107-192.orangehomedsl.co.uk
In reply to Eric Herring: no need for the speech marks, eric! mick is right, because it shows what can be accomplished when climbers work together for the benefit of others. were you there, by the way?

cheerio!
ericinbristol - on 01 Aug 2008
In reply to martin k:
> (In reply to Eric Herring) no need for the speech marks, eric! mick is right, because it shows what can be accomplished when climbers work together for the benefit of others.

Irrelevant. The activity of people getting together to clean the place up is great. As a video it was very ordinary, not great.

> were you there, by the way?

Irrelevant again.



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martin k on 03 Aug 2008 - 88-108-246-114.dynamic.dsl.as9105.com
In reply to Eric Herring: you think it was a "very ordinary" video? how extraordinary, and i completely disagree with you. good music, well thought out structure, thoughtful commentary and questions, easily accessible for those who weren't there so they could understand the context, good editing and professional production...yeah, you're right. "very ordinary".

asking whether you were there is relevant because, one way or another, your comments have been the only negative words spoken about the work at tremadog. the video is part of that work as it is a great piece of publicity, inspiring similar events round the country. obviously you weren't there which is a shame, because you missed out on a great day.

cheerio!

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