Stay in touch with the BMC

Posted by Peter Burnside on 04/05/2010

There’s always exciting news on the horizon: from fixing footpaths to the Olympic gold medal road, plus awesome events like our recent Hazel Findlay masterclasses. The future of the BMC has never been more important, but we need your help.

Are you a BMC member? If not, you’ve been able to keep in touch with all things BMC until now, but the law is changing. To keep on hearing from us, click the ‘opt-in’ button below. If you do nothing, you will lose access to the BMC from 25 May.

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If you share our passions, join us for less than the price of a coffee per month. That subscription helps support our great work for access and conservation, gives you access to the BMC’s updates and events, and you get all of the benefits that come with being a BMC members, plus this special joining offer.



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On review of the latest information from the BMC on the structure of the Developmemt Squad for 2019 it is clear that the name needs to be change. With the further reduction in numbers this is no longer a squad but a team and no longer about development, allowing sufficient number to be a part of the squad and giving members the chance to develop and gain experience..... simply no long-term views at all !!

Poor decisions compared to other nations. Based totally on finances, not development, results or careers.

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