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Cambrian History A Short History of the Cambrian Mountaineering Group by Bruce Wallace December 2014. Additional material contributed by Brian Melville, David Lanceley, Arthur Roby, Phil Neame, Norman Anderson, Dave Bolton and Phil Jones.
Rory Stewart, local MP for Penrith and The Borders, met with Mountain Heritage Trust chairman, Jeff Ford, to discover the rich heritage of British climbing and mountaineering last week
We’re delighted to announce that the National Trust are once again hosting an intern to assist in looking after, and making accessible, the Chorley Hopkinson Mountaineering Library at Allan Bank in Grasmere, Cumbria. Further details are available here
Expedition material arrives in Keswick after 8000 mile journey. Click here to find out more.
Time moves fast when you’re this busy… Find out what has been happening at MHT in May and what is coming up in the future by clicking here.
Join Sir Chris Bonington and Doug Scott CBE for an evening of talk and Nepalese food. This fundraising event for the Nepal Earthquake Fund takes place on Saturday 30th May at Caldbeck Parish Hall between 7-10pm. Tickets are £15 and … [more]
Catch up with the latest MHT news in our April Newsletter. Please follow the link below to access the newsletter: http://us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=68fa1ee6fb284b97dbdc0e3bd&id=67df94ac54
The Trustees of the Mountain Heritage Trust (MHT) and Directors of Active 8 Events Ltd are seeking a part-time freelance assistant to work with staff and take over responsibility for the administrative tasks. We are looking for someone who is … [more]
Local mountaineer and author John Porter is giving a lecture Moving Mountains at Theatre By The Lake, Keswick on Wednesday 11th March at 12:45pm as part of the Words By The Water literature festival. John tells the history and style of a … [more]