Mountain Aid Lectures – in November.

Mountain Aid is a Registered Charity with three simple objectives:

  • To find ways of helping to improve the quality of life of anyone permanently injured on the Scottish hills
  • To promote training and education in the skills required to enjoy the Scottish hills safely, thereby reducing the likelihood of accidents
  • To maintain a close relationship with the Scottish Mountain Rescue services, granting them funds for projects, equipment or activities which might otherwise not receive funding

If you or somebody you know is a hillwalker or climber, and you share our passion for the hills, then we hope that our objectives are valuable to you.

Mountain Aid are pleased to announce Heavy Whalley MBE as speaker for the Step Up to Winter talks series this November in #Dumbarton#Kilmarnock#Dumfries and #Cupar.

Heavy was a member of the RAF Mountain Rescue team for 36 years and has been involved in over 1000 Mountain and over 80 Aircraft incidents in mountainous areas. Join us for an evening of winter walking tales and tips that will leave you ready to get out into the hills this winter.

Talks are open to all and free of charge thanks to funding from Mountain Aid. No advance booking is required. Talks are kindly hosted by the following local hillwalking clubs:

– Monday 13th November, 20:00 at Concord Community Centre, Dumbarton G82 1LJ. Hosted by Langcraigs Hillwalking Club.

– Tuesday 14th November, 19:30 at Caprington Community Golf Club, Ayr Road, Kilmarnock KA1 4UW. Hosted by Am Binnein Hillwalking Club – Kilmarnock.

– Wednesday 15th November, 19:30 at Galloway
Divisional Police Headquarters, Cornwall Mount, Dumfries DG1 1PZ. Hosted by Dagmar Mountaineering Club.

– Thursday 16th November, 19:30 at Watts of Cupar, Station Road, Cupar KY15 5HX. Hosted by Ceres Hillwalking Club.

 

 

All welcome please share. see you there?

 

About heavywhalley.MBE

Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 37 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 3 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer when body slows, loves the wild places.
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