KMF News: Week Two Questions, The Wildest Dream and Beerby Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com Oct/2009
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The Wildest Dream: Leo Houlding as Sandy Irvine and Conrad Anker plays George Mallory.
UKC News, Oct 2009
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WIN A FILM PASS TO KENDAL MOUNTAIN FESTIVALS - one pass a week for the next seven weeks.
Each week at UKClimbing.com there is a chance to win a Weekend Film Pass (valid for Sat/Sun 21/22nd Nov) to this years Kendal Mountain Festivals. We will be running this competition every Friday until the Festival: so that's seven tickets to win. All you have to do is answer three questions in a Premier Post and email the answers to us.
WINNER WEEK ONE: Emma Keeping.
WEEK TWO COMP QUESTIONS AT:Premier Post - WIN...a film pass to KENDAL MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL
THE WILDEST DREAM
Also announced is the European premiere of The Wildest Dream, based on George Mallory's Everest expeditions - narrated by Liam Neeson with the voices of Ralph Fiennes as Mallory, the late Natasha Richardson as Ruth Mallory, Hugh Dancy as Sandy Irvine and Alan Rickman as Noel Odell. Produced by Altitude Films/Atlantic Productions and directed by Anthony Geffen this film features Leo Houlding as Sandy Irvine and Conrad Anker plays George Mallory. Also featured is free climbing Everest's Second Step.
BEER FOR MOUNTAIN RESCUE
Kendal Mountain Rescue Team
UKC News, Oct 2009
If you're up for a couple of pints over the weekend make sure you try the Hesket Newmarket brewery's Kendal MRT Special. Created especially for the Festival, every pint sold donates 20p to Kendal Mountain Rescue. Given that last year saw a record number of pints consumed, let's try for a new record – it's in a good cause!
Finally, next week we will have exclusive news at UKClimbing.com that involves YOU having the chance of being a speaker at Kendal Mountain Festival rewarded by Kendal MRT Special beer.
HOW TO BOOK TICKETS
Easily accessible from the M6 and by train and there are plenty of accommodation options in and around the town but you need to be on your toes as they fill up very quickly over the Mountain Festival weekend.
For all your questions, accomodation and travel needs go to www.golakes.co.uk here you will find all the information you should need for your visit to Cumbria, alternatively call the accommodation booking line on 0845 450 1199.