Latest online news from Wales: April 2018

Posted by Tony Ryan on 10/04/2018
Tremfest is coming..your crag needs you!

The April 2018 issue of the BMC Cymru Wales Newsletter is now online, keeping you informed about what’s happening in Wales, including details of the next round of area meetings.

In this issue: 

  • The latest on the BMC Organisational Review;
  • A positive statement from the Welsh Government about the future management of national parks and designated landscapes;
  • 2018 Range West briefing dates;
  • The return of Tremfest on 21 April;
  • The response to a plan to introduce car parking charges at South Stack;
  • The launch of the new RAD app; and
  • Negotiations to regain access to Craig y Forwyn.

Download the April 2018 BMC Cymru Wales Newsletter

April BMC Cymru Wales meetings:
Cardiff, Machynlleth & Tremadog

Come along to one of our regular gatherings of climbers and walkers in Wales and get involved in the work of the BMC. 

Area meetings are run by volunteers and provide an opportunity for you to discuss issues and influence decisions affecting climbers and walkers locally and nationally.

North Wales: Tuesday 17 April, starting at 7.30pm (food from 7.00pm)
Venue: Caffi Bwlch y Moch Café, Tremadog LL49 9SN
More information about the North Wales meeting   

South Wales: Tuesday 17 April, starting at 7.30pm
Venue:  Boulders Climbing Centre, Cardiff CF24 2RZ
More information about the South Wales meeting

Mid Wales: Wednesday 18 April 2018, starting at 7.30pm
Venue: The White Lion, Machynlleth, SY20 8DN
More information about the Mid Wales meeting


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