LOCAL NEWS: Wales to get dedicated BMC Officerby Snowdonia Active Mar/2009
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BMC CEO, Dave Turnbull, said: "It's great news that the BMC has agreed to set up this post. The new officer will supplement our two existing Access Officers and should mean improved coverage of access, conservation and land management issues across England as well as Wales."
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