From 50 metres above sea level to 8850 metres!

| August 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Phil Drowley, one of only 230 people in the world who have completed the Seven Summits challenge will be speaking at Dalby schoolrooms on Friday 12th September about how he became the first person from the Isle of Man to stand on Everest, the highest point on our planet.  Phil’s story takes us from his first steps into mountaineering, through to his final steps onto the summit of the world.

He describes his slideshow as “just a collection of holiday photos” but when they’re linked to his stories and explanations, you really feel part of his epic journey.

The evening starts at 7.30pm and admission @ £12.50 includes supper of home made shepherd’s pie, coffee & cake; please bring your own wine or beer.  To book seats please ring Gilly on : 844031  stating if you need a veggie option. Proceeds go to support the new Nobles Breast Care Unit, the Manx overseas Charity School for Uganda and St James Church and Restoration fund.

For more information please ring Margy on 843768

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