The Young Volunteer of the Year Award recognises those young people who have made a significant voluntary contribution to the BMC and its commitment to supporting climbers, hillwalkers and mountaineers.
The Young Volunteer of the Year Award was established in 2018 and recognises those young people (under 27 years of age) who have made a significant voluntary contribution and commitment to the BMC, thereby acting as role models to other young people, to encourage volunteering in the BMC.
Young Volunteer of the Year Award Recipients
Read the following reports to find out more about the achievements of previous winners of this award:
Young Volunteer of the Year 2020, Kody Bradley
Nominees should be under the age of 27 in the year of the award. They should be a role model to other young people, to encourage volunteering in the BMC.
BMC members can nominate a volunteer for the award. A nomination form is made available on the BMC website towards the end of each year. A small assessment panel led by the BMC President is the awarding body, and the award is presented on the occasion of the BMC Annual General Meeting.
Find out more about the BMC Volunteer Awards
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