Watch the Tremadog fest on telly

Posted by Tina Gardner on 31/07/2008

Thanks to Outdoors TV, the new internet TV channel for outdoor enthusiasts, you can now watch the action from the Tremadog festival and find out how these fantastic Welsh crags have been cleaned up and reclaimed by BMC volunteers.

The 10 minute programme stars Mike Raine (Festival Organiser and Chair BMC Cymru/Wales), Martin Kocsis (BMC Volunteers Officer) and our wonderful members and volunteers.

As part of the 'Out There' series, profiling interesting outdoors happenings, Outdoors TV looks at the BMC Tremadog Revival Festival. Part climbing meet, part 'vertical Gardeners World', the Revival Festival gathers climbers together to clean up Tremadog's Craig Bwlch y Moch, clearing vegetation & giving a little love back to the crag!

Watch the Tremadog programme now on Outdoors TV.  There is a seperate programme still showing about this year's BMC International Meet.



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