Two weeks today

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Two weeks today is Hen Harrier Eve when over 250 people (but the room can hold 300 so there are a few tickets available) will gather to celebrate the Hen Harrier ahead of the Hen Harrier Day rally in the Peak District the next morning (9 August, Goyt Valley).

 

Hen Harrier Eve – 8 August 2015

1830 Doors open, and so does the bar, in the High Peak room of the Palace Hotel, Buxton for Hen Harrier Eve – an evening to celebrate the Hen Harrier.

 

1930 Mark Avery – an introduction and a short reading from Inglorious

1945 RSPB Skydancer video

2000 Water and Stone – readings about place

2015 Jeremy Deller in conversation with Mark Cocker

2035 – 2100 Interval

2100 Mark Cocker – Birds of prey and their part in our culture

2120 Findlay Wilde – Where’s Henry – a pictorial history

2135 Chris Packham

2155 Charlie Moores from Birders Against Wildlife Crime closes the evening and says a few words about tomorrow’s Hen Harrier Day rally in the nearby Goyt Valley.

 

2200-2400  Bar open, mingle.

 

Email mark@markavery.info with the number of tickets you would like (£10 each, max of four tickets per email address) and the names of the ticket-holders (for fire safety reasons and because tickets will have your name on them) and I’ll be in touch about payment details.

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4 Replies to “Two weeks today”

  1. Sorry I can't be there, sounds like a great evening. Good luck with a very a very important cause.

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  2. Reserved the tickets;
    wearing the badges;
    ordered the books;
    thinking about the T-shirt;
    awaiting a weather forecast.
    See you there!

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  3. Hi Mark, Hope you don't mind this ask... please could the events of Hen Harrier Eve and Day be filmed and a dvd produced or Youtube film/s posted so that those who can't get to the Peak District on the dates still get to see and hear and feel the passion behind the cause and feel part of it? Thank you for everything!

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    1. Nigel - this may be happening. If it does, it will be on youtube probably on the Monday evening after the Sunday morning. Can't promise though...

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