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Events at HEART...Travellers' Tales
Dear friends and neighbours
After a short break for some football (!), the travellers' tales series is
back! Tuesday of this coming week sees Richard Crossley telling his tale of
a trekking trip to Nepal. Beautiful photos (I have had a preview!), heart
warming stories and a pleasant evening (with optional food) in HEART's café.
See below for the remaining talks in the current series. If you would like
to contribute a talk on a travelling theme in the Autumn, please get in
touch. These events will probably move to Wednesdays from September.
> THE NEXT IN OUR SERIES OF...
> TRAVELLERS TALES:
> * Four evenings of vicarious travel, introduced by local people
> recently returned from far flung places, with stories to tell and photos
> to illustrate!
> * Accompanied by delicious themed food from the HEART chefs.
> * Free entry a collection may be taken to support the local
> communities concerned
> 26th June A Himalayan Trek: Nepal and its people
> Richard Crossley and Mark Whitton tell the tale of their recent
> experiences in the foothills of Everest.
> 3rd July Putting Madagascar on the Map
> Liz Westmorland tells her tale of living in a tent for 3 months and
> building a school for local children.
> 17th July The Camino Santiago: a walk on the pilgrims way
> Iain Smith and Steve Haworth tell the tale of their walk on the ancient
> route across Northern Spain.
> All talks are in the HEART café and begin at 8 p.m., lasting for
> approximately one hour. Order your themed food between 7 p.m. and 9