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An Evening of Adventure to help the Refugee Crisis

The adventure community in London is coming together to hold an evening of exciting, inspiring adventure talks to raise much-needed funds and resources for the ongoing refugee crisis.

I’d love it if you could support the event by coming along. If you don’t live in London, you can help by sharing details of the event online and urging your friends in London to go along.

Ten very different adventurers will each give a ten minute talk about their adventures, mobility, borders, and the kindness of strangers. We’ll be going deep, getting personal, and getting provocative. It’s a diamond line-up of clever and adventurous people and should be a fascinating evening. Plus it will help raise cash for a worthy cause.

 The Speakers

  1. Fearghal O’Nuallain
  2. Daniel Martin
  3. Faraz Shibli
  4. Emily Chappell
  5. Anna McNuff
  6. Bradley Garrett
  7. Julian Sayarer
  8. Kate Rawles
  9. Alastair Humphreys

The Details

All proceeds go to the Oxfam Syria Appeal.

See you there!

Any questions, please contact Ferg or Dan who have done such a brilliant job in arranging this event at short notice.

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