Phoebe shares the ultimate wildlife experiences around the world, involving some very wild nights out and some even wilder swims - all whilst highlighting major conservation issues.
In 2018, Felicity led a team of 10 women from across Europe and the Middle East on a ski expedition to traverse the last degree of latitude to the North Geographic Pole.
Chris and family explore the Tusheti region of Georgia on horseback, learning about the Tush, their way of life and discovering ancient settlements and villages on the way.
There’s far more to Brazil than Rio, carnival, the Iguaçu Falls and the Amazon. South America’s giant is a continent not a country, and Alex shows what to see and why.
Members’ only evening with quiz, after which Paul gives us a colourful insight to the beautiful but troubled ‘Golden Land’ of Myanmar and what the future now holds for its people.
Join award-winning photographer Andy on his experiences photographing bears on foot: an evening of unique images and close-up encounters with grizzlies and polar bears.
Chris takes us on a cycle tour around the north of Rwanda from the capital Kigali up to Lake Kivu on the border with the DRC, also dropping in to see the famous mountain gorillas.
Jasper talks about his 1000 miles of slow travel on towpaths and waterways as he explores the history, geography, industrial heritage and the present use of Britain’s canal system.
Tom gives an insight into his life as a fine art wildlife photographer working with large mammals around the world in pursuit of the perfect wildlife portraits.
Paul and his son cycle the length of Spain, from Cadiz to Santiago, along the ancient Roman routes Via Augusta and Via de la Plata.
To discover more of the story of its Independence, Olie walks the length of India, a 4500km journey over seven months seeking out untold stories of Independence and Partition.
Lois tells of how she received an unusual ‘summons’ which led her to embark upon a 3000 mile motorcycle ride around the mountains, deserts, cities and villages of Iran.
Will talks about crossing Iceland on foot in 2011. A three month, ultra-low budget student adventure, living and learning the raw side of the Land of Ice and Fire.
Bolivia is often described as encapsulating the variety of South America. Sharon takes us from the lush lowlands to high Altiplano, also giving an insight to the wildlife and people.
These are the main items of the programme, but they may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. Other events will be announced at the meetings and in our newsletters.
Members' evenings are given during the season, for members by members, either in their own homes or in the small hall at Onslow Village Hall. Full details and bookings will be available at regular Club meetings.
We would like to be able to offer a programme of Members' Evenings this season, so if you have digital photographs or slides and have some interesting travels to share, please let us know!