http://mustangcipowebaruhaz.hu/?sisd=trading-opzioni-binarie-italia&5d2=ca Many of you will have heard that there were rumours of the Clickimin indoor wall shutting. We’ve now had a chance to meet with the SRT to discuss the situation and future plans for the wall. While nothing is set in stone yet, I thought it would be a good idea to fill you all in from our meeting.

http://gayleharrell.com/gayle-harrell-⋅-as-it-happens-update-⋅-july-12-2016/
  • The indoor wall is due to be removed at the end of June (tbc). This is for various reasons; maintenance on the floor, re-jigging the main hall for Anderson etc.
  • The wall is going to be put into storage over the summer while a plan is formed as to where to re-erect it. The time this takes is the main unknown and worrying part for us. We said that we needed it back up by the end of summer (Sept/Oct) otherwise it will really impact on the club numbers and we will lose members that we may never get back.
  • The SRT (backed by the trustees) are going to keep the climbing wall in one form or another. They do not want to lose it as a facility.
  • They asked if the club were interested in the wall, which we are not since we have no building to put it, or the resources to run it.
  • When asked if a bouldering wall would be a good replacement we discussed how this is really a separate sport and it’d be a real shame to lose the roped lead-climbing.
  • The SRT are going to look into alternative venues for the climbing wall more or less as it is. They already had some ideas, but they hadn’t discussed these with the facilities so I won’t list them here.
  • There is a reasonable chance the wall will be relocated outside Lerwick in another SRT facility. We said that we’d rather have a wall outside Lerwick that was good quality and that we could use more regularly than an inferior facility in Lerwick.
  • That said, Lerwick would be the preferred location, and moving it outside Lerwick is likely to impact on the number of other users that go there.
  • We also had discussions on the hiring of harnesses, costs of the wall, “wall-walkers”, route-setting, inductions and qualifications. The SRT were very receptive to our views and the idea of us being more involved in helping them set up the new wall to make it a much more widely used facility.
  • I gave them a copy of the questionnaire results, which you can look at here. (Names and emails have been removed).