Dr David Edwards: Adventure, Geography and the Environment at Nature’s Extremes
Wednesday 7 November 7pm
A fellow of the Royal Geographic Society, Dr Edwards has encountered adventure and peril all over the world. From self-rescuing after breaking both legs in the Cairngorms to escaping an erupting volcano in Montserrat, few can claim to have a better understanding of nature at its most extreme.
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Please note that parking on site will be limited, so other forms of transport are encouraged. The nearest public car park is Marygate, a few minutes' walk from the venue. Please contact us on 01904 526 315 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any access requirements.