Hut seminar 2017: postponed until next year

Posted by Daniel Middleton on 29/09/2017
Seminar for hut managers

The BMC hut seminar, scheduled to be held on Saturday 7th October 2017 at the BMC office in Manchester has been postponed. This free event is open to members of BMC affiliated clubs.

UPDATE: SEMINAR POSTPONED

Unfortunately the seminar has been postponed. The Huts Group hope to reschedule for early 2018.

The theme of this years seminar will be "Improving for the future" with a series of speakers and workshops aimed at helping hut managers who wish to maintain and improve their clubs mountain hut.

For more details, contact huts@thebmc.co.uk


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