Events

 Conference 2018

‘Agents of Development’

Saturday 17th March 2018, 10am –4pm, 

Riverside Building, University of Worcester

Speakers include:

Rosemary Thorp University of Oxford

John Walton Himalayan Trust UK

Albert Mvula Tiyeni Malawi

Prof Paul Jackson University of Birmingham

David Webster Friends of Marsabit

PGCE Secondary Geographers University of Worcester

Registration and further info:

The event is FREE, but please register your place via www.eventbrite.co.uk. Refreshments including lunch will be provided. For further information please contact Alan Dixon: a.dixon@worc.ac.uk

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Little Rumba

At the Boathouse, Upton-Upon-Severn

7.30pm, Saturday 24th March 2018

Tickets £25, to include a French style buffet supper

email john@adventureguide.org.uk or phone 07944611253

Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment 

Little Rumba are captivating. They write all their own music and over the years this has developed an instantly recognisable house style, which owes debts to Eastern Europe and South America as well as jazz and blues. However, if you close your eyes when you listen you can easily imagine yourself in a Parisian bar.

 All proceeds from the evening will go to support the education and health projects in the remote, mountainous NE corner of Nepal, run and financed by the Himalayan Trust UK (Reg. Charity No. 1000153)

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The 10th Sir Edmund Hillary Memorial Lecture

Sir Ranulph Feinnes

Wednesday 23rd May 2018

at the Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London

Join friends of the Himalayan Trust UK to celebrate the Tenth Sir Edmund Hillary Memorial Lecture with Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the world’s greatest living explorer.  Ranulph is an inspiring speaker who delivers engaging and thought-provoking speeches on all aspects of his many expeditions. He leaves his audience energised and spellbound.

Ranulph has led numerous expeditions and was the first person ever to summit Everest and cross both polar ice caps in the same expedition.

The Trust will also use this opportunity to give you an insight into its valuable education and health work in Nepal  and its “Build Back Better” campaign following the devastating earthquake of 2015.

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Himalayan Trust UK in partnership with Wick Care Farm

‘Field to Fork’ 

Date to be announced

Details will be posted in March.

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