Purposeful Adventure Film Night
Purposeful Adventure - Films and Stories
Whilst the nights are long and the daylight is limited we wanted to take the opportunity of bringing the community together. We're inviting you to our Purposeful Adventure Night. We'll be showing films and sharing stories of adventures on the 26th of November from 17:00 at 20 High Street, St. Davids.
17:00 - Meet at the TYF Adventure Office
20 High Street, St. Davids
17:15 - Lights out for film #1
Running a Marathon, One Mile Every Hour
17:45 - Guest speaker - Rachel Bott
Sharing tales of her Welsh expedition - travelling the length of Wales on foot and in pack-raft.
17:55 - Lights out for film #2
18:15 Guest speaker - Jacob Martin
Sharing stories from his the European Divide Trail - backpacking across the far edges of Europe.
18:25 Lights out for film #3
Nature Connection - Mark Vaughan
18:45 Guest speaker -TBC
19:00 - Dinner
Locally sourced, seasonal, homemade vegetarian/vegan soup served with a homemade bread.
Share Your Story - *Entries for this are now closed*
We are looking for members of the community to share a 5 minute story about a meaningful experience in nature. Get in touch to find out more at firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to hear about a meaningful experience in nature you have had. This could be anything from your daily experiences or travel adventures, something that has shifted your perspective, made you think differently and fostered a deeper connection to place, people and/or planet.
You are welcome to present pictures or slides, or not, it's entirely up to you. Be creative and have fun. All we as is that what you share is no longer than 5 minutes. If you have any questions please reach out, we look forward to hearing from you.
Guest speakers will get free entry to the event.
Reserve Your Space
Ticket includes entry and a hearty bowl of soup and bread.
Hi, I’m a teacher at Ysgol Bro Gwaun (Fishguard) and I have a very short film about our pupils experiences in nature. The film was co produced by Theatr Gwaun and is called Biophilia. It’s about the teenagers creative and personal responses to nature (connection) and impact on their well being.
Just saw your post and thought I’d mention this to see if it was of any interest.
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