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e-Newsletter May 2009

In this month’s newsletter you can read all about the proceedings at the BMC AGM and Annual Dinner – Rab Carrington was elected as BMC President, Audrey Seguy was voted in as a Vice President, and Ken Wilson requested a filibuster.

Also, take a look at our new ‘BMC and Climate Change’ guide, which includes advice on how you can help reduce the impact that climate change could have on the mountain environment.

Dave Turnbull, BMC CEO

Latest BMC News
AGM weekend voted a success
The BMC AGM took place on Saturday 25 April at Plas y Brenin in North Wales, where Rab Carrington became the new BMC President and Audrey Seguy joined the ranks as a Vice President.
BMC and Climate Change
A new guide outlines the BMC’s commitment to tackling climate change and offers some useful advice on what you can do to try to reduce your impact.
BMC Leading Ladder Final 08/09 Results
Here are the results from the Leading Ladder Grand Final!
The unmissable event for student clubs!
The BMC Student Safety and Good Practice Seminar is a must if you're involved in running a student climbing, hill walking or mountaineering club.
Stanage bus starts up
City-based walkers, climbers and cyclists can forget the car and take a bus to the glorious Peak District around Stanage Edge every Sunday and Bank Holiday until mid-October - for only £2 return.
BMC Live! today on UKClimbing.com
On Monday 11 May you can ask Rob Adie, the BMC's Climbing Walls & Competitions Officer anything you like about climbing walls or competitions during a live online Q&A session.
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