Hear how Stuart Bennett followed the reverse journey of Shackleton’s Endeavour

This should be a fascinating talk and slide show. Make sure you book your seat now.

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Those who love hearing stories from afar should be interested in this upcoming talk organised by the St Lawrence Community Association by Stuart Bennett titled, ‘South with Endeavour’.

Stuart’s talk and digital images of his boat trip which follows the reverse journey of Shackleton’s Endeavour will provide the audience with awe inspiring photographic images, fascinating and often humorous observations and the unique opportunity to see these places through the eyes of someone with a matchless enthusiasm for travel and wildlife.

Stuart, an aircraft engineer and his wife Jacki, a conservationist, spend six months of the year on the Falklands and six months here on the Isle of Wight.

Where and when
The event takes place on 15th March at St. Lawrence Village Hall.

Tickets are just £2 (including refreshments), but you need to book in advance.

Please reserve your place by contacting: Liz Fox – eejayfox@waitrose.com or Tel: 855908 or Ann Dedman – villacukur@hotmail.com or Tel: 855279.

Image: Antarctica Bound under CC BY 2.0


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Tuesday, 26th February, 2013 10:55am

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  1. Don Smith's comment not rated yet. Add your vote Vote +1 Vote -1

    26.Feb.2013 7:14pm

    I can’t see the point of risking life and limb on things that were done decades ago, and without all the modern technology.

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