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Beta Issue No. 3
We've only gone and made another Issue of Beta Magazine! Welcome to Issue No. 3, it's wonderful to have you here. Issue No. 3 includes some beautiful poetry, some personal experiences and thoughts on entering climbing as a beginner, imposter syndrome, the mental impact of injury, being a freelance photographer during a pandemic and lockdown, finding fun through climbing as a carer, and a whole load of cute doggos.
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Cover by Laura Miller aka Nerd That Draws
Page 1: Calloused Hands by Emma Flint
Page 2 - 4: Musings From a New-ish Climber by Cat Madden
Page 5 - 6: I AM a Climber by Neruja Srikantharajah
Page 7 - 9: Rock on Ruby | Ruby on Rock by Tori Taylor-Roberts
Page 10: Fancy Fleece Fancies
Page 11 - 12: Climbing Ups and Downs by Sophia Wang
Page 13 - 16: Waiting for Winter by Rachel Sarah
Page 17 - 19: ‘Play on my beloved’ - Rumi by Emily Vanns
Page 20: Rokka Project Inclusive Climbing Manual
Page 21 - 22: Mental Health & The Outdoors by Mark Hunter
Page 23 - 24: Crag Dog Etiquette by Hattie Day
Page 25 - 26: Crag Dog Shortlist
Page 27 - 29: In Conversation with Marie Cheng by Emily Ankers
Page 30 - 32: Climbing Photography Quick Guide by Beth Williamson
Page 33: Nerd That Draws x Beta Magazine Period Power Stickers
Page 34: Spotlight
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Emily, Annie and Catherine
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