Bosigran trip October 2023

(report courtesy of Anne Silber) The Count House at Bosigran is one of the most amazing venues for both walkers and climbers and with the weather set to be fair there were 14 of us heading down to Cornwall for the weekend. Situated close to the coast on the road between St Just and St […]

December Newsletter

Welcome  Hello all and welcome to the first issue of the monthly newsletter, which is also the Christmas issue! In this article you should hope to find out about what the club has been, and will be getting up to in the last month or so and the near future. As well as all things […]


welcome to our autumn newsletter 🙂 The club has had a busy summer of meets and individual trips. Week-night climbing continued through the summer at various venues, both sport and trad (traffic depending) until it got too dark to make it viable. Sadly we are retreating back indoors for our weeknight climbing now, although it […]

Bulletin for New Joiners this summer

The committee are currently reviewing the clubs joining process for new people and have decided to pause new membership applications while this is ongoing. If you are an existing member who needs to renew or have previously been a member and would like to re-join then please email  If you are thinking of joining then […]

AMC Spring Newsletter

Welcome to our Spring newsletter! It seems such a long time ago that I sent out the winter one. We seem to have been hiding inside for too long, or venturing outside in MANY layers!! Finally it feels hopeful, spring-like and I am happily making plans for some adventures in the year ahead. It is […]

New Members Evening

There will be an indoor climbing evening on Thursday 3rd March 7pm at Redpoint climbing wall. This evening is for anyone who has just joined or may be a little rusty and wants to meet the club and see how we work. We’ll do an icebreaker activity at the start and allow plenty of time […]

Lundy Trip, 17-20 September 2016

First of all, a little bit of background on Lundy… with a bit of help from Landmark Trust: ‘Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America, a granite outcrop, three miles long and half a mile wide. The first adventure, for […]