penrith
FRIday 5 APRIL 

Rheged Centre

TICKETS: £18 | Under 25s & Students £10
START: 7.30pm

 

Join us at Rheged on 5th April 2019 for a one-of-a-kind evening celebrating exploration of some of the wildest places on earth. We’ll be screening some of the world’s best adventure films and we’ll be joined on stage by two incredible speakers:

Jenny Graham - an endurance cyclist from the Scottish Highlands who in 2018 shattered the women’s around-the-world cycling record crossing 18000 miles across the globe, self-supported in just 124 days! The 37 year old joins us to share tales from her epic journey including avoiding bears in the Yukon and dodging kangaroos in the Outback.

Last year Clare Dyson set off on a local adventure, covering 250 miles across the beautiful Lake District on her fell pony Pansy, sleeping wild and waking up to the stunning Cumbrian landscape with her loyal dog Finn by her side. Clare joins us to share stories of her self-supported adventure.

The evening will be presented by Festival Director Steve Scott.

 

Clare Dyson

Jenny Graham

Sarah Outen
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Jenny Graham is an endurance cyclist from the Scottish Highlands who in 2018 shattered the women’s around-the-world cycling record crossing 18000 miles across the globe, self-supported in just 124 days! The 37 year old joins us to share tales from her epic journey including avoiding bears in the Yukon and dodging kangaroos in the Outback.

In 2018 Clare Dyson made her teenage dreams a reality by riding across the Lake District on her fell pony Pansy. With loyal sheep dog Finn by her side, she scaled Helvellyn and covered 250 miles of Bridleways over the course of a month. Follow Clare’s story on the BBC. Clare is a qualified Mountain Leader and runs packsaddle adventures.


Rheged Centre

Redhills, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 0DQ