/ BMC Peak Area Meeting – 4 June 2014

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BMC Office - on 27 May 2014
Come along to our quarterly gathering of Peak climbers and walkers, to discuss the latest issues and get involved in the work of the BMC.

Area meetings are run by volunteers and are your chance to join in with debate and decisions regarding what happens in the Peak and rest of the country.

The meeting will include an update from Staffordshire Wildlife Trust on the management of, and plans for the Roaches Estate.

Date: Wednesday 4 June 2014, starting at 8.00pm
Venue: The Winking Man, Buxton Road, Upper Hulme, Staffordshire, ST13 8UH

All are welcome. Food will be provided.

For more information, visit the BMC Local Areas site: http://community.thebmc.co.uk/Event.aspx?id=3128
Offwidth - on 27 May 2014
In reply to BMC Office:

Lets hope there is a good turnout from locals as there are always voices questioning the need to the Peak area meets to go 'on the road'. If people from the SW peak want this continue they should be turning out in significant numbers. There is no need to be a BMC member just interest in access and other current issues under discussion, with a focus on the area in question. The meet also gives a chance to climb/walk before hand. Anyone struggling for partners can always post here to join up with others.
buxtoncoffeelover - on 01 Jun 2014
In reply to BMC Office:

Would love to attend meeting but work beckons from 4-10pm. If weather is fine would happily do some climbing until 3pm if anybody needs partner. Nik
Adam Long - on 04 Jun 2014
In reply to BMC Office:


Tonight's agenda includes:

3. Staffordshire Wildlife Trust – update from Helen Dale on future work
4. Access updates – Henry Folkard and other access reps
5. National Council Report
6. Update from BMC Officers
7. Stanage Festival – 28th and 29th June

I daresay there will be chance to discuss the recent bolting at Millstone too.
Nordie_matt - on 04 Jun 2014
In reply to BMC Office:
Sorry to hijack the thread, but where and when was Mill stone bolted? I must have missed this in the news feed...
Post edited at 15:19
Gordon Stainforth - on 04 Jun 2014
Nordie_matt - on 04 Jun 2014
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