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BMC State of British Climbing Open Debates

The BMC have arranged a series of Open Debates in September, October and November at venues across the country. The debates are looking at the 'State of British Climbing' and are backed up by a series of articles over the next 3 issues of Summit magazine. The first article, published in the next issue looks at the 'BIG ISSUES' facing climbing today.

Dave Turnbull, BMC head honcho says "The overall objective is get people thinking (and taking action) about the main issues facing British climbing today - the issues which climbers are really bothered about - bolts and deteriorating fixed gear, vegetated/redundant crags, guidebooks, access problems.."

Open debates will take place in Birmingham, Llanberis, Skipton and London and will include panels from some of the UK's leading activists. For more details, see this Premier Post



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