The BMC is a democracy. As such, the opinions of members on all kinds of things – to bolt or not to bolt, whether dry tooling is acceptable on established rock climbs, whether the BMC should change its name, how to connect with hill walkers and new climbers – are taken very seriously. Not only can you have your say at local area meetings, you can also vote for the volunteers who debate local issues and actively shape BMC policies at a national level. Here’s how it all works.
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Clubs Roadshows 2017
First Roadshow taking place this weekend - book now and come along to hear the latest news and influence future support for clubs.
Upcoming BMC area meeting dates
Come along to the next meeting in your area, to discuss the latest issues and get involved in the work of the BMC.
Latest online news from the Peak Area: February 2017
The February 2017 issue of the BMC Peak Area Newsletter is now online, keeping you informed about what’s happening in the region, including the next BMC area meeting.