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Climb for Climate Action Movie Premier FULLY BOOKED

When

24 November 2015 (Tue)
6:00 - 9:00

Where

The Wardrobe Theatre above the White Bear, 133 St Michael's Hill, Bristol BS2 8BS

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Ape Alliance and our Team of Bristol University Volunteers Present...

Climb for Climate Action 

This event is now FULLY BOOKED people without an email confirmation ticket will not be admitted

   

Tuesday 24th November, 7pm start.

Free event! But make sure you reserve your place below, limited places available! Your confirmation email is your ticket and you must reserve your place. 

The White Bear will be offering their £5 Burger and Chip Meal Deal, please arrive at 6pm to order and enjoy your food!

This is the premier of the Climb for Climate Action movie which is being shown at the Climate Talks in Paris. Ian Redmond OBE will be introducing the film and following up with a question and answer session. There will also be a raffle with wonderful prizes up for grabs!

Climb for Climate Action follows the journey of four conservationists to the highest point in Africa: the summit of Kilimanjaro. With just five years before the iconic glaciers have completely melted, they come into contact with the wildlife that relies on the current climate to survive, and meet the local people that depend upon the glacier-fed rivers to get through day-to-day life. Across the seven day climb they tackle altitude sickness, oxygen deprivation and a near six kilometer vertical ascent in order to send out just one message – climate action must take place now

Ian Redmond OBE, Ape Alliance Chairman

Ian Redmond is a tropical field biologist and conservationist, renowned for his work with great apes and elephants. For more than 30 years he has been associated with Mountain Gorillas, through research, filming, tourism and conservation work. Ian founded Ape Alliance in 1996 to encourage conservation organisations to work together.

 *** RAFFLE PRIZES ***

Afternoon tea for two at The Manor House, Castle Combe

Two Free burgers at Gourmet Burger Kitchen

Record: The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers

Record: Frank Turner - Positive Songs for Negative People

A Banksy Canvas

Signed DVD from Ian Redmond

Flavalanche discount vouchers

Two coffee vouchers at Coffee #1 in Clifton

Gorilla tape

100 Alien Invaders 

Free entry but you need to register for the event due to limited spaces. This event is now FULLY BOOKED people without an email confirmation ticket will not be admitted

 

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