Castle Climbing Centre Helping Access and Conservation
11th October, 2005
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The Castle Climbing Centre in London is hosting many of the best films from the 2004 Kendal Mountain Film Festival, and all profits will go toward the the Access & Conservation Trust (ACT) that promotes sustainable access to cliffs, mountains and open countryside.
This event will take place on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th October between 6-30 and 10-30 pm. Prices are £10 for one day, £17-50 for both days for Castle members or £12-50 and £20 for non-members. Ring them on 020 8211 1066 or visit the Castle website and don't forget wine, snacks and a cushion!
The staff and customers at the Castle have a superb record of supporting ACT, raising almost £4000 for the Trust, with much of this coming from their keenly attended bouldering ladder.
Highlights include 'Psicobloc' (Mallorca DWS), the hilarious 'Twice Upon A Time in Bolivia', 'A Fistful of Steel' (hard mixed climbing with Scott Muir and friends) and 'Fools with Tools'.