BMC National Council: summary of September 2014 meeting

Posted by Tony Ryan on 14/10/2014
BMC vice-president Mina Leslie-Wujastyk at the Kendal Wall, venue for the September 2014 National Council.

The 40th meeting of the BMC National Council took place on Saturday 20 September 2014 at the Lakeland Climbing Centre in Kendal. A summary of the meeting is available to download.

The meeting covered a range of topics including:

  • BMC area news and reports;
  • BMC finance and membership;
  • a review of the 2013-17 BMC Strategic Plan, focussing on the BMC’s work for young people; and
  • the development and implementation of a hill walking strategy within the BMC to meet the needs of walkers.

The meeting also noted the valuable contribution of Craig Harwood (Chair, Huts Advisory Group) to the BMC; Craig had tragically been killed in a climbing accident at Compass Point in Cornwall on 4 September.

Download a summary of the meeting

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