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NEWS: 10th Oct 2017

CadoganTate standard logoAs part of a programme of new initiatives being implemented by incoming Chairman of the Scientific Exploration Society Neil Laughton, the Society is excited to announce a monthly series of Social Evenings starting in 2018. Held on the last Tuesday of each month from January - November 2018, these events will be held at the Gaucho (City), and offer guests ample time to relax, chat and network as well as enjoy an Explorer Talk. SES is extremely grateful to International Removal and Storage experts, Cadogan Tate, for their generous sponsorship of these events.

The series starts on Tuesday, 30th January with a talk from FEARGHAL O’NUALLAIN (CLICK HERE for more details), geography teacher during term time - explorer during the holidays, whose philosophy is that ‘the world teaches more than books’, and uses the knowledge and experience from his expeditions to create unique education programmes for his pupils. ANGUS WINGFIELD will talk about ‘Life and death in KwaZulu Natal’ in February, and Grand Slam’ Explorer and drone pilot NEWALL HUNTER will be speaking in March. We hope you will join us!

Story by Henrietta Thorpe 

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