an evening with Simon King

10th November 2016


Naturalist, broadcaster and author Simon King OBE insists that we can change the world simply by knowing the difference between what we need and what we want. This evening he will present his vision of a world in which we turn the tide against the exorbitant human appetite for resources and consequent loss of natural habitats and begin to reclaim land for the natural world.

Simon is well known for his work presenting Springwatch, Autumnwatch and the Big Cat Diary and is involved with many wildlife charities – The Wildlife Trust, Tusk Trust, David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and The Woodland Trust, to name but a few. He has recently launched the Simon King Wildlife Project which is a charity dedicated to land restoration, education and engagement in the natural world and inspired by the creation of a wildlife haven in Somerset.

‘a great champion for conservation, and for conveying the wonders of the natural world to a wide audience both in front of, and behind the camera.’ University of Bristol

£10 per ticket
clubroom bar open from 6.30pm, talk starts 7 pm, followed by a Q&A
to book call 01749 814 070
the meantime programme is curated by Emma Craigie