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London Meeting, Saturday, September 1st 2018(

Speaking at our London Meeting on September 1st 2018, we have 

Jane Harries – Hiking the Camino Frances to Santiago de Compostela 

and 

Julian Elliott – Forbidden Access, Photographic stories of going beyond the norm to get access to unseen views and imagery.

More details on the website.


Globetrotters Calendar 2019

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Paying for memebership at london meetings

If you would rather pay for your membership at the meeting as well as cash we can now offer "chip and pin" and contactless payments for membership.


Wildlife & Safari Travel Show

Wildlife & Safari Travel Show: 29 – 30 September 2018 

WILDLIFE and safari travel is bigger, better and more popular than ever before, and for all those with a desire for close up encounters with big cats, gorilla trekking, or even photographing polar bears on their bucket lists, the Wildlife & Safari Travel Show, taking place 29/30 September in Harrogate, is an absolute must visit.

Exhibitors will be travelling from far and wide to make their mark at this year’s show. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to meet the change makers; the travel companies, tour operators, conservationists, film makers and photographers who will impart invaluable knowledge and inspire visitors to plan their next trip. For visitors it presents an unmissable event where they will have the opportunity to explore the incredible world of wildlife, safari and conservation travel from all corners of our amazing planet.

Special evening events will also see award-winning photographer Sue Flood talk about her career (and her love of emperor penguins), TV presenter Lucy Cooke her passion for conservation and former royal marine and broadcaster Monty Halls, his favourite place on earth — the Galapagos Islands.

Where

The Harrogate Convention Centre, an impressive open-plan event space in Harrogate.

When

Saturday, 29 September 2018: 10am – 5:30pm

Sunday, 30 September 2018: 10am – 4:30pm

Special Ticket Offer

For your special £6 advance ticket (usually £8), simply quote ‘Globetrotters’ when you get yours on the website.


Join the club from only £10 a year and save up to £23

Club members receive a 50% discount on entry to the meetings, if you are not a member and would like to join or you if need to renew your membership please go to http://www.globetrotters.co.uk/join.html​ ​where you can join securely online. (Access/MasterCard, Maestro, Solo, Switch or Visa cards are accepted.)

Please bring your membership card and show it on the door


London Meetings are held at The Church of Scotland, Crown Court, behind the Fortune Theatre in Covent Garden at 2.30pm (usually) the first Saturday of each month. The hall is reached via an alleyway beside the Fortune Theatre.

Admission: Members £3.00 Non-members £6.00

A map and directions can be obtained here and public transport routes around London from http://www.tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/​

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See you there

The London Meetings Team
http://www.globetrotters.co.uk


 

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