Latest online news from the Peak Area

Posted by Tony Ryan on 24/11/2009
Photo: www.derbyshireguide.co.uk

Issue 9 of the BMC Peak Area newsletter is now online, keeping you informed about what’s happening in the region.

This issue includes: Keith Montgomery’s latest mountain rescue instalment; Simon Jacques on the Nine Edges Challenge; and Henry Folkard’s access notes.

Download the November 2009 Peak Area newsletter

The next Peak Area meeting (the BIG one…including the AGM and the infamous Christmas Quiz) is at 19:30 on Wednesday 25 November, at The Grouse Inn, A625 Froggatt Edge Road, S11 7TZ.

See the BMC Community website for details

With interesting conversation and free food (you have to buy your own beer!) it’s a great way to become better informed about issues affecting you, and to have your say on them.

The Peak Area newsletter is written and produced by volunteers from the BMC Peak Area. Thanks to Martin Wass for compiling the newsletter. If you’d like to contribute an article to a future newsletter, contact the editor.

Other BMC Areas producing newsletters include Cymru/Wales, Lakes, Midlands, North West, South West and Yorkshire. You’ll find them all in the Latest Downloads area of the Your BMC section of the website
 



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