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Scottish Night of Adventure

The fourth Night of Adventure speaking event in support of Hope and Homes for Children will be held in Edinburgh on June 13th.

There’s some great Scottish speakers involved already, including:

For more details about the fabulous speakers who have kindly agreed to give up their time to speak, and to buy your tickets, please click here.

I would also be really grateful if you can share this link with anyone you know in Edinburgh who might enjoy it. We need to sell 470 tickets!

The format of the Nights of Adventure is simple: each speaker talks about 20 slides. Each slide scrolls forwards automatically after just 20 seconds. Here is an example:

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  1. I’ll be there – can’t guarantee the same level of cuisine as Glasgow though…

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