Sir Ranulph Fiennes - Living Dangerously Talk
Sir Ranulph Fiennes has led 22 major expeditions to remote parts of the world, including both Poles. Following his time in the SAS in the 1960s, Sir Ranulph Fiennes led expeditions up the White Nile by hovercraft, across the globe to become the only living man to travel around the earth's vertical axis and on Norway's Jostedalsbreen Glacier in 1970.
These expeditions would be instrumental in shaping Fiennes's attitude to risk and adventure.
In Living Dangerously, he talks candidly about the period of his life immediately after leaving the Army, his desire to seek out adventure and exploration, and to become 'the world’s greatest living explorer' (Guinness Book Of Records).
Where & When
7.30pm on the 26th February 2014
The Pre-Hall, Clifton College Preparatory School,
Bristol, BS8 3HE.
£13.00 in advance (£15.00 on the door)
We apologise that tickets have now sold out and are no longer available instore or online
Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports
160 Whiteladies Rd, Bristol, BS8 2XZ.
Tel. 0117 974 1157
Funds raised from this event will go to Bristol charity Smile With Siddy, (a charity set up to support children with cancer) and other local Rotary charities.