19 August 2020
6.30pm - 7.30pm
From Phipps to Fiennes: a look at some of the explorers who tried to reach the North or South Poles and some who tried to do both. A unique opportunity to see some iconic polar artefacts, with the Society's Principal Librarian, Eugene Rae.
This is part one of this two-part event, with part two taking place on Tuesday 25 August.
Find out more about part two here.
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