Join us for an evening to celebrate the first 30 years of World Land Trust!
The celebrations will include:
- An exclusive film premier: Three decades of conservation in Sir David Attenborough’s own words.
- Plus: Nick Baker and Bill Oddie champion two of their favourite wild places.
- Simon Barnes delves into our latest project to save Kenya’s threatened coastal forest – home of the endangered Clarke’s Weaver.
- Adela Espinosa and Gloria Waswa tell us about the projects they are working with in Ecuador and Kenya.
We will also hear from Simon Watt – founder of the Ugly Animal Preservation Society and keen supporter of World Land Trust, about the small things that matter.
The evening will end with traditional African drumming music performed by African Activities, and a little music to dance, to should you feel like it!.
Tickets cost £10, all proceeds go towards this year’s Cambodia project.
Please use the link at the bottom of the page to buy tickets.
Why not treat yourself to a pre-theatre dinner before this event, in our new evening dining area? Sit down for your meal at 6pm and then take your reserved seats in the front rows of the Events marquee in time for the main event!
Tickets for the meal and evening event are only £35 when purchased together.
Choose your meal from the menu below:
Beetroot and goat’s cheese curd salad, bramley dressing
Gin & tonic cured salmon, compressed cucumber and dill mayonnaise
Smoked chicken, mango & coriander salad, ginger dressing
Cauliflower three ways (char-grill steak, creamed and tempura), Ratte potatoes and watercress oil
Poached cod, potato pave, broad beans & peas, cavolo nero and beurre blanc
Roast duck breast, mushroom bonbon, charred pearl onion, butternut squash puree, blackberry & port jus
Lemon posset, poached plum & lavender shortbread
Eton mess strawberry cheesecake
Green tea, pistachio, white chocolate delice & passion fruit sorbet
Coffee and handmade truffles available on the evening at an additional £3.00 per person
Meal bookings and pre-orders must be made by Friday 9th August.
Date(s) - 17/08/2019
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm