An Evening with Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent
Join renowned travel writer Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent for an evening in Norfolk, where she'll share stories about her recent adventures detailed in her latest book, a solo journey across the Eastern Himalayas by foot and motorbike. All money raised from the evening will be donated to Brooke.
Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent is a Norfolk-born travel writer, broadcaster and director of the travel company Silk Road Adventures. Her penchant for extreme travel has led to her writing three books, setting an unlikely Guinness World Record (for the longest ever journey by tuk tuk) and raising over £60,000 for charitable causes. Her latest book, ‘Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains: A Journey Across Arunachal Pradesh - India's Forgotten Frontier' was shortlisted for the 2018 Stanford's Adventure Travel Book of the Year. She also writes for The Telegraph, Financial Times, Wanderlust, Guardian, BBC Radio 4's From our Own Correspondent, and more. In 2019 she was the recipient of the Royal Geographical Society's Neville Shulman Challenge Award.
Antonia is the daughter of long-standing Brooke volunteer, Fiona Wrigley. For more information about Antonia and her book, visit her website http://www.theitinerant.co.uk.
When: 21 February 2020
Cley Hall Village Hall
Time: Arrival from 18:00; talk starts at 19:00
Tickets: £15 (includes canapes)
For information on the talk and to buy tickets, please contact Fiona on [email protected] or 01760 755 660. Tickets will also be available on the door.