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'I want to make every day of my eighties mean something'

Chris Bonington off to K2

Mountaineer Chris Bonington, leading an expedition to K2, is ready to leave for Pakistan in this photograph taken in April 1978. Accompanied by climbers Doug Scott, Peter Boardman, Joe Tasker and Nick Estcourt, Bonington abandoned the attempt to ... The Friday Times, 3 days ago
Sir Chris Bonington - Life & Times What's On North East, 3 weeks ago

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Sir Chris Bonington repeats epic climb

Weeks after his 80th birthday, Sir Chris Bonington has successfully completed a climb of the Old Man of Hoy to mark the occasion. The iconic sea stack of the cost of Hoy on the Orkney Islands, Scotland, was first climbed by Bonington
 ITV.com1 month ago Bonington repeats famous climb aged 80  ITV.com1 month ago
The British Mountaineering Council

Littlejohn and Fowler become BMC Patrons

The BMC is delighted to announce the appointment of Pat Littlejohn OBE and Mick Fowler as BMC Patrons. Both men have immense records of climbing and mountaineering achievements, and have set standards for difficulty and adventure for the best part ...
 The British Mountaineering Council1 month ago
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Lancaster University upgrades business growth programme

One of the UK's most successful business management development programmes has beenupgraded by Lancaster University. Following a decade of success in helping owners and managers to grow businesses across the UK, Lancaster University Management ...
 B Daily1 month ago

ExWeb Makalu interview with Colin Scott: the South-East

(By ) A British Armed Forces mountaineering expedition team, under leadership of RAF Wing Commander Colin Scott, will be attempting the notorious South-East Ridge on Makalu (8,463m / 27,766) in the Himalayas this Autumn. Colin Scott checked in at ...
 ExplorersWeb1 month ago
The British Mountaineering Council

Saving your club's treasures: expert help is at hand

Learn how your logbook could inspire a tick list for the next generation with the Mountain Heritage Trust (MHT). Find out more from MHT archivist Maxine Willett who will be hosting bespoke sessions for BMC-affiliated clubs or individuals with ...
 The British Mountaineering Council1 month ago

Secret behind mountain path names

Dinas Cromlech features routes like Cemetery Gates named by legendary climber Joe Brown Since the 1700s climbers have been finding new routes to scale among the mountains of north Wales and the first to discover them get to name them. Mountaineer ...
 BBC1 month ago

Rare toads hop their way to recovery

A survey of natterjack toads in Southern Scotland has shown that they've made a recovery after fears they'd been wiped out by bad winters. The toads are one of Scotland's rarest amphibians. But wildlife offiers at RSPB Mersehead in Southwick have ...
 ITV.com1 month ago

Research says 1 in 10 children aren't getting enough to eat

Research carried out by a cereal company has revealed that one in ten Scottish children are not getting enough to eat in the school holidays. One in nine parents admitted that they struggle to feed their children three meals a day during the ...
 ITV.com1 month ago
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