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Steve McClure Lecture

Steve McClure Lecture

Friday 4th April 2014, 20:30 at the Beacon Climbing Centre

Come and hear Steve talk on Friday 4th, 8.30pm at the Beacon Climbing Centre to raise vital funds for the team. He will being talking on his 10 top routes - 10 routes that influenced his life, from the very first project right up to my hardest red-point. The dedication, blood sweat and tears, and how climbing has come to shape him as a person in every area of his life.

Steve was born in North East England, and with both parents keen climbers there was no escape. He was on the cliff before he could walk! He has climbed the hardest sport route in the UK at 9a+, numerous new routes at the grade of 9a and on-sighted many at 8b+. Despite being better known for his sport climbing achievements, you might also find him wiggling in wires in Pembroke or sleeping in a portaledge on a 1000m wall in Greenland.

£8 donation per ticket online

£10 suggested donation per ticket on the door

Join us for this entertaining evening and raise vital funds for the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team.

Steve McClure Lecture

Steve`s top 10 routes.
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Event Details

Cost £8.00 Per Person
Capacity 50
Start Date 04/04/2014 20:30
End Date 04/04/2014 22:00
Registration Start Date 13/03/2014
Registration End Date 03/04/2014

Event Contact Details

Contact Name Tanya Williams
Contact Telephone 01286 650848
Contact Email info@dragondesignwales.com

Event Location Details

Location Name Beacon Climbing Centre
Street Name Cibyn Estate
Town / City Caernarfon
County / State Gwynedd
Country Wales
Postcode / ZIP LL55 2BD
Telephone 0845 450 8222
Email info@beaconclimbing.com
Website http://www.beaconclimbing.com/
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The Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team, is a registered charity. Address : The Treasurer, 34, Glanffynnon, Llanrug, Gwynedd, LL55 4PR
(Charity registration no. 513913).
Email : info@llanberismountainrescue.co.uk

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