BMC Makes the Decision Not to Rebrand as Climb Britain

During the first three weeks of September the BMC held twelve consultation meetings across England and Wales to explain the thinking behind Climb Britain and listen to members’ views and concerns. Each meeting was attended by at least one senior BMC official or staff member (president, director, CEO or Deputy…

BMC National Climbing : London & South East, North East, Cymru South Wales, Yorkshire…

Area Meetings next round will feature our recent rebranding announcement – come and have your say. On 25 July, the BMC announced an intention to rebrand as Climb Britain. The news came as a surprise to members and it has become clear that many people would like to share their…

Update from the BMC – Climb Britain

Since then, we have been listening very carefully and this is what we’re proposing to do: It’s been a rocky ride this last few days, and it’s probably fair to say we didn’t quite anticipate the level of interest there would be in our Climb Britain announcement. • We remain…

British Mountaineering Council to change its name to Climb Britain

Hill walking, climbing and mountaineering have evolved since the BMC was first established in 1944, and the name ‘Mountaineering Council’ doesn’t quite cut it these days. After more than 70 years trading as the British Mountaineering Council, we’ve decided to move with the times and change name to Climb Britain…