/ BMG - BMC winter lectures
Are you ready for winter? British Mountain Guide Tim Blakemore will get you prepared at the BMC Winter Lectures. These inspirational lectures are set to inspire any budding winter mountaineers out there.
Tim will make you aware of the skills required to explore the winter mountains. Topics covered include:
Equipment and clothing
Climbing and much more.
VENUES AND DATES
Nottingham 20 November - Advance ticket sales have now stopped, tickets can be purchased on the door
Room B63, Law & Sciences Building, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD
Building number 7 on this location map
Ellesmere Port 21 November - Advance ticket sales have now stopped, tickets can be purchased on the door
Whitby High School, Sycamore Drive, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH66 2NU
Harrogate 22 November - Advance ticket sales have now stopped, tickets can be purchased on the door
St Aidans CE High School, Oatlands Drive, Harrogate, North Yorks, HG2 8JR
Cardiff 27 November
Cardiff University, Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Main Building, Park place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT
London 28 November
University College London, Anatomy JZ Young Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Cambridge 29 November
Comberton Village College, West street, Cambridge, CB23 7DU
All lectures start at 19:30 and finish at approximately 21:30.
ADVANCE TICKET SALES FOR CARDIFF, LONDON & CAMBRIDGE
Tickets cost £5 per person for BMC members and £7 for non members. Group discount: purchase 10 tickets or more in advance and each ticket will cost £3.50.
Purchase your tickets from the BMC Online shop, or telephone 0161 445 6111.
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