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Night of Adventure Bristol

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Thank you to everyone who came and supported Night of Adventure Bristol which was proudly sponsored by the Bristol office of national law firm Beachcroft LLP. A fantastic £12,000 was raised on the night for Hope and Homes for Children!

A special thanks goes to all our amazing speakers ” Benedict Allen, Dave Cornthwaite, Ann Daniels, Tristan Gooley, Astrid Domingo Molyneux, Bonita Norris, Ed Stafford, Andy Torbet, Austin Vince and Dan Wedgwood – for their inspiring talks; our sponsors Beachcroft LLP for their invaluable support and all the companies that kindly donated prizes for the raffle ” RAB, Alpkit, Cotswold, Ellis Brigham, Wanderlust magazine and howies. We couldn’t have done it without you.

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  1. This was a brilliant night! So inspiring. The speakers were each one amazing. My favourite was Astrid (I’m a mum too),and you of course!

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