8 July 2021
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, 16-18 Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HN
From £4.80 per person , RGS-IBG Fellows and members £2
Ian Gilchrist lived in Iran from 1976 to 1979, enjoying numerous adventures. He then returned to England and had a successful time in local politics, eventually becoming Chair of Bath & North East Somerset Council, and later Mayor of Bath. In 2019 he returned to Iran for a study visit.
In this talk, Ian will present his personal view of Iran, illustrating both periods, and will reflect on what has changed and what has not.
This event has been organised by the West of England and South Wales regional committee and is a joint event with Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution.
Featured image: Sam Moqadam @itssammoqadam/ Unsplash
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