Night for Nepal, a fundraising event in aid of reconstruction in Nepal is taking place at the Bristol SU next Monday June 22. There are 10 speakers, including some of the UK’s top mountain guides, a raffle and an auction.
Full details: www.wildernesslectures.com/blog/index.php
The Speakers are:
- Mungo Ross: ‘Getting off the beaten trail in the Khumbu’
Stephen Venables: ‘Jungle-bashing up the Kusum Khola’
Rich Emerson: ‘Skiing down Shishapangma’
Graham Hoyland: ‘George Mallory, how we found him. Did he do it?’
Guy Jarvis: ‘Two bumbling novices go on an adventure in Lantang’
Mac Mackay: ‘Working with Gurkhas’
Adele Pennington: ‘A winter ascent of Aka Dablam’
Steve Berry: ‘Yeti encounter’
Bess Manley: ‘Mustang – the long road back’
Mark Campbell: ‘Langtang’
There are many prizes to be won in the raffle. We have donated a £100 and 2 x £50 vouchers for Sherpa Brand products (these are made in Nepal) donated by Taunton Leisure. Our partners at Undercover Rock have donated a Petzl Nao 355 lumen head plus one month’s Elite Membership to the Bristol Climbing Centre.
The bar (student prices) opens at 6pm, presentations start at 7pm, the bar closes at midnight.
If you haven’t yet got a ticket you can get them from Stanfords in Corn Street or online at www.bit.ly/nightfornepaltickets
We may even have some tickets left for sale on the door…
You could buy a ticket, come along and buy a raffle ticket and walk away with a £100 voucher for equipment, or long weekend for two climbing in the Costa Blanca, or free membership to one of Bristol’s climbing walls…