/ NEWS: BMC Announces Welsh Officer

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UKC News - on 15 Jun 2009
[Elfyn Jones local welsh activist arrives at the AGM, 2 kb]Elfyn Jones has been appointed as the British Mountaineering Council's (BMC) Access and Conservation Officer for Wales.
There were twenty-five applicants for the job with six being interviewed last week. It was agreed to establish this important new post in March (previous news) and it will...

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Ian McNeill - on 15 Jun 2009
In reply to UKC News:

well done Elfyn !

;-) Enjoy the new job !
Tyler - on 15 Jun 2009
In reply to UKC News:

This is good news, both in terms of the post being created and in terms of who has got the job.
Martin Kocsis, BMC on 15 Jun 2009 - user-54426583.l6.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
In reply to UKC News: It's also worth mentioning that this has only come about because of the hard work and dedication of Mike Raine, the (volunteer) head honcho of BMC Cymru/Wales. He was the one pushing this from the start (for over a year) and who kept pushing and pushing this through various committees until it was accepted.

If you think this is good news, buy him a pint (and maybe a cheese pie) the next time you see him.

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