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TGO Awards

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Its that time of year again. 

Get your nominations for the TGO Awards in here 

https://www.tgomagazine.co.uk/awards/

In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

A down vote, how rude.

In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

FFS enough with the TLAs

In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

But I only tend to buy 1 thing at a time so how can I compare them?

 Flinticus 05 Oct 2021
In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

Not been active enough this year nor bought enough to judge!

 Lankyman 05 Oct 2021
In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

For the Tech category I'm rooting for Mammut's latest - come on Climbax!

In reply to Flinticus:

It's not just gear, they want nominations for best walking pub and cafe, book and film, charity, all sorts of things

 kinley2 05 Oct 2021
In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

The Open Outdoors award

Recognising individuals or groups who have inspired people to head into the outdoors, widened participation, improved outdoor education, or encouraged diversity.

Presumably SARS-CoV-2 must be in with a shout, it's certainly got the great British public teeming into the outdoors.

 Rob Parsons 06 Oct 2021
In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

"Chain retailer of the year"

B&Q, probably. Or maybe Screwfix?

In reply to Rob Parsons:

> "Chain retailer of the year"

> B&Q, probably. Or maybe Screwfix?

More likely Halfords

 graeme jackson 07 Oct 2021
In reply to Currently Resting:

> More likely Halfords

Nope. - The Bosun's Locker chandlery in Queensferry. 

 ScraggyGoat 07 Oct 2021
In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

People that regularly get out couldn’t give a monkeys about TGO, their articles, writers, reviews or ‘awards’.  
 

The whole magazine epitomises what’s wrong with consumerist commercialisation of the outdoors.

Post edited at 22:37
 profitofdoom 07 Oct 2021
In reply to ScraggyGoat:

> People that regularly get out couldn’t give a monkeys about TGO, their articles, writers, reviews or ‘awards’.....

Not true of many great climbers 

And anyway so what. Lots of people give a monkeys 

Post edited at 23:08
 Tony Buckley 08 Oct 2021
In reply to ScraggyGoat:

>The whole magazine epitomises what’s wrong with consumerist commercialisation of the outdoors.

No, it has a very long way to go to catch up with the consumerist commercialisation epitomised by the Three Peaks Challenge.

T.

In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

books you say? Anything good out recently?

perhaps the Parrish could support Mr Only a Hill?

In reply to Dr.S at work:

We wouldn't say no

In reply to Mrs Only a Hill:

The shortlists have been compiled and voting is now open 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TGOAwards2021


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