Thursday 15th March 2018 - 6:45 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Volunteer Training Centre
Address: Oakham Road
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Through the fortune of winning a competition in a photographic magazine, Andy Murdock experienced the trip of a life time. From the bouncy crossing of a force 9 storm in Drake Passage to the sublime waters and scenery of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Accompanied throughout by Albatross, Petrels, Shags, Penguins, Seals and Whales the scenery provided an ideal photographic backdrop for the wildlife.
This fascinating talk covers Andy’s journey, giving some history of the continent as well as talking about the wonderful wildlife that he encountered. All accompanied by some truly stunning photographs!
Join us at the Volunteer Training Centre on Thursday 15th March at 7pm (arriving 6.45pm for a prompt start). Booking is essential due to limited seating. Tea and coffee will be provided and there will be a comfort break in the middle, with the talk finishing approximately 9pm.
Online bookings are not available for this event.