TALK: 'ON THE FRONT LINE' @ THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY

6th June 2019. 6.30pm - 10pm

This event promises to bring you an evening of adventure from the front line of conservation. Speakers include, Holly Budge, founder of How Many Elephants and world record holding adventurer. Dr. Niall McCann, Director of Conservation for National Park Rescue and Beks Ndlovu, professional guide & founder of African Bush Camps. The talks will be followed by an audience Q&A.

For our VIP ticket holders, there will be pink champagne kindly sponsored by Waud Wine Club, alongside artisan canapes in the iconic Map Room, with ample opportunity to mingle with the speakers. Don’t delay as these tickets are limited.

Headline Sponsor: African Bush Camps.

'WILD NIGHT OUT' ON THE SOUTH DOWNS!

29th June 2019

FOR ONE NIGHT – AND DAY – EACH YEAR, WE ARE ENCOURAGING YOU TO GET OUTDOORS WITH YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY AND LOVED ONES

Join ‘How Many Elephants’ Founder, world record adventurer and conservationist Holly Budge for a ‘Wild Night Out on the South Downs’. Worryingly, research shows that one in nine children in England have not been to a natural environment in the past 12 months. The fresh air has incredible health benefits. We will kick off the day with an optional walk from Alresford to the idyllic campsite setting at Holden Farm Camping in Cheriton (approx. 5 miles). And when darkness falls, the fun can continue with a night out under the stars, with storytellers sharing their tales of adventure round the campfire amongst the strumming of guitar strings. Activities will include toasting marshmallows and bird spotting in the glorious rolling hills of the South Downs. All you need to bring is a tent, food and refreshments. There are fantastic facilities onsite including hot showers, toilets and a washing up area.

100% of the proceeds will go to How Many Elephants.

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