/ Surviving Winter Climbing Inverness 14.11.19
Thank you to everyone who attend last nights lecture 'Surviving Winter Climbing ' in Inverness. As you might have guessed, the size of the audience was more than double in what we expected! Excellent! This meant altogether, we raised £530. This will be passed onto Dundonell & Assynt mountain rescue teams. A few folk we need to acknowledge. Thanks to Colin at Craigdon Mountain Sports Inverness for providing the venue (you now know where to buy your walking socks for Christmas presents), Matt Barnet for sourcing as many chairs as he could get and Johnathan Richards for the loan of the white screen. Have a good winter everyone!
Sorry I couldn't make it, but glad that it went well. I'll put some cash in the Assynt MRT pot.
Very entertaining, well done Roger Webb and Murdo you did a good job.
Thanks. It was only marginally less terrifying than a 30m runout with a rubbish belay. (Especially with one of the most competent audiences you could get).
Thanks again to Colin, Matt and Jonathan.
> ... with one of the most competent audiences you could get. ... ...
Nothing like a Sheriff Court then?
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