To celebrate the fourth day of volunteers week, we asked local area volunteers to send us photos of some of their experiences hill walking, climbing and mountaineering, and of volunteering with the BMC.
Local Areas provide a link between the BMC and local activities, crucially it allows members to participate in the decision-making process of the organisation, acting as the prime forum in which members can make their views known and have them communicated to Members' Council.
There are ten local areas, each one coordinated by a host of dedicated volunteers. Today is about thanking these volunteers for supporting their local community and ensuring members voices are heard at the BMC.
Tony, Micro Navigation at the Hill Walking Event 2020.
Tony, Cadair Idris.
Kym, Horseshoe Quarry
Tony at Cadair Idris.
Kym, Colin examining the meadow at Horseshoe Quarry.
Tony, Durdle Door clean up in 2020.
Want to celebrate some more? Follow the links below to see how we thanked our volunteers in 2021:
A time to say thanks - The power of youth - Employer supported and skilled volunteers - Local area volunteers - Environment and conservation
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