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e-Newsletter October 2008
The BMC is going to No.10 Downing Street today, where Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe will host a reception in ‘Celebration of British Mountaineering’. The occasion will be a unique opportunity to put climbing, hill walking and mountaineering firmly on the political agenda, and it’s great to see Government recognise that our sport touches lives in a way that few others can, and has something really special to offer.

Dave Turnbull, BMC CEO
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Tickets for the popular BMC Winter Lectures, which take place around the country during November, are now on sale.
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Alan Rouse Sheffield library
Originally set up in memory of well known Sheffield climber Alan Rouse, Sheffield Sports Library has since developed this into one of the best climbing and mountaineering libraries in the country.
BMC Hut Seminar 2008
The BMC's 2008 Hut Seminar will take place on Saturday 18 October at Hawkshead Youth Hostel in the Lake District.
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