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Exhibition of black and white photography by Doug Scott 1st Dec – 6th Jan 2018

Everest from Gokyo ri - Nepal
Exhibition of black and white photography by Doug Scott 
The exhibition will run from 31 November to 6 January at D Contemporary, 23 Grafton St, Mayfair, London W1S 4EY.
100% of all sales will go to CAN Community Action Nepal (CAN)

Doug Scott – High Exposure

‘For the first time in Black and White, one of mountaineering’s greats – and outstanding mountain photographers – presents his unique image of the extreme beauty found amongst the world’s highest peaks.

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Doug Scott 2017 lecture tour for Community Action Nepal

Everest from Gokyo ri - Nepal
Doug Scott will talk about his ascent of the world’s highest mountain with Dougal Haston in 1975. Doug’s lectures are famous for his personal and thought provoking commentary, illustrated with his stunning photography of the world’s most  spectacular mountain landscapes.
The tour is a fundraiser for Community Action Nepal.Read more

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Rheged Centre – The Mountain Arts Festival 22nd Oct 2016

Rheged Centre – The Mountain Arts Festival 22nd Oct 2016

Ambleside Keswick
The Mountain Arts Festival 2016 at the Rheged Centre brings together an exceptional group of artists, climbers, speakers and filmmakers for a celebration of the Arts in the context of mountainous landscape.
Proceeds from the Mountain Arts Festival will support the Nepal Earthquake Appeal of Community Action Nepal.Read more

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Mountain Heritage Trust – A Brief Golden Light

Mountain Heritage Trust – A Brief Golden Light

Alex Macintyre photo John-Porter
Mountain Heritage Trust – A Brief Golden Light
A talk by John Porter on Thursday 25th August 2016 at  Longlands, Uldale, Cumbria CA7 1HN
John’s book One Day as A Tiger was shortlisted for the prestigious Boardman Tasker Prize for mountain literature
A fantastic account of the progress of British Alpinism, the people, their hopes, struggle and aspirations and a tremendous record of one man’s part in it all.… Read more

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Help The BMC 'Mend our Mountains' You Can Still Donate

Help The BMC  'Mend our Mountains' You Can Still Donate

Duckboard across marshy ground on the path to Ingleborough from Chapel-le-Stile. The summit rises in the distance and hikers can be seen on the path further on

Duckboard on marshy ground
UPDATE: 1st June 2016

Thanks to the huge success of the BMC Mend Our Mountains crowdfunding campaign, we have decided to keep the campaign running on our website to continue raising much needed funds for upland path repair projects across the UK.

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