Image: John Pilkington
14 May 2019
Exeter Golf and Country Club, Countess Wear, EX2 7AE
From £28.50 per person (for dinner)
finally brought in 44 Indian elephants and took on 26,000 local people to serve the soldiers and carry their heavy guns into the heart of Africa.
A hundred and fifty years later, John followed their route. Comparing Eritrea and Ethiopia then and now., John's talk will discuss living in these dramatic and extremely challenging lands.
Lecture followed by optional dinner. To book, please send a send cheque for £28.50 (payable to ‘RGS-IBG South West Region’) by Tuesday 7 May to Derry Corey, 47 Glenfield Road, Glenholt, Plymouth. PL6 7LN.
Contact Derry with enquiries on 01752 703354 or by email.
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