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Friday 2nd March

‘From Home to Home: a walk from Huntly, Aberdeenshire to Munich’ by Claudia Zeiske

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 11.00am
Ticket Price: £10.00

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‘From Home to Home: a walk from Huntly, Aberdeenshire to Munich’ by Claudia Zeiske

Date: Friday 2nd March 2018
Time: 11.00am
Venue: Village Hall
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‘From Home to Home: a walk from Huntly, Aberdeenshire to Munich’ by Claudia Zeiske

Speaker Biography: Claudia Zeiske
Overview: Home to Home was a 90days/1800k walk in summer 2017 by Claudia Zeiske walking from her home in Huntly, Aberdeenshire to her childhood home near Munich, where her mother still lives.

Triggered by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, this walk connects countries and landscapes, people and stories, in the quest for what home means in our time.
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‘Zen and the Art of Rucksack Maintenance: Nan Shepherd’s Extraordinary Journey from Flaneur to Fiver’ by Erlend Clouston

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 1.00pm
Ticket Price: £10.00

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‘Zen and the Art of Rucksack Maintenance: Nan Shepherd’s Extraordinary Journey from Flaneur to Fiver’ by Erlend Clouston

Date: Friday 2nd March 2018
Time: 1.00pm
Venue: Village Hall
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‘Zen and the Art of Rucksack Maintenance: Nan Shepherd’s Extraordinary Journey from Flaneur to Fiver’ by Erlend Clouston

Speaker Biography: Erlend Clouston
Overview: Erlend Clouston is the literary executor of Nan Shepherd’s works including “The Living Mountain,” Erlend’s talk is titled ‘Zen and the Art of Rucksack Maintenance: Nan Shepherd’s Extraordinary Journey from Flaneur to Fiver’. A must for all Shepherd fans. Sell out at Edinburgh Festival!
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MTB for Women with Aneela McKenna and Lynne Armstrong

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 3.00pm
Ticket Price: £10.00

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MTB for Women with Aneela McKenna and Lynne Armstrong

Date: Friday 2nd March 2018
Time: 3.00pm
Venue: Village Hall
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MTB for Women

with Aneela McKenna and Lynne Armstrong

Speaker Biography: Aneela McKenna
Overview:
Bicycling for Ladies Marking 100 Years of Suffragettes on Bikes

Cycling has long been associated with the emancipation of women – from the suffragette days of bikes n’ bloomers to the modern day revolution of women on mountain bikes. In this session, Aneela McKenna from Go Where Scotland and Lynne Armstrong from Air Maiden celebrate the legacy of ‘bicycling for ladies’! They take you on a journey of bikes and their role in women’s emancipation. In the spirit of the suffragette movement and penny farthings, they share sisterhood giggles, personal stories and their passion for the simple act of riding bikes. Be ready for some surprising revelations along the way!

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Saturday 3rd March 2018

Gwen Moffat film and talk by Claire Carter

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 10.00am
Ticket Price: £10.00

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Gwen Moffat film and talk by Claire Carter

Date: Saturday 3rd March 2018
Time: 10.00am
Venue: Village Hall
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Gwen Moffat film and talk by Claire Carter

Speaker Biography: Claire Carter
Overview: Adventure and Creativity in the Mountains with Claire Carter who features in the film Operation Moffat. Join Claire Carter as she talks about how Gwen Moffat inspired her and Jen Randall to make the film and how Gwen continues to influence her life today.
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Four Mums in a Boat – Talk and Film – An incredible story of four Mum’s who dared to dream

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 1.00pm
Ticket Price: £10.00

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Four Mums in a Boat – Talk and Film

Date: Saturday 3rd March 2018
Time: 1.00pm
Venue: Village Hall
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Four Mums in a Boat – Talk and Film

Speaker Biography: Helen Butters
Overview: Meet Helen Butters of Yorkshire Rows, a team of four formidable mums from Yorkshire who are the first women to row across the North Sea and who also hold a world record for rowing across the Atlantic Ocean. First impressions of these four women is they are not professional sports women rather four ordinary working mums who “dared to dream’
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Mountaineering night with Dave MacLeod and Mollie Hughes

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 7.00pm
Ticket Price: £25.00

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Mountaineering night with Dave MacLeod and Mollie Hughes

Date: Saturday 3rd March 2018
Time: 7.00pm
Venue: Village Hall
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Mountaineering night with Dave MacLeod and Mollie Hughes

Speaker Biographies: Dave MacLeod, Mollie Hughes
Overview:
In his talk, Dave will talk about his adventures with pushing his climbing and some key defining moments that provided a catalyst for breaking his own barriers despite a lack of climbing talent and the setbacks he’s had.

Mollie the youngest woman in the world and the first English woman to successfully summit from both the north and south sides of the world’s highest mountain. Join Mollie for an inspiring presentation and firsthand account of climbing Mount Everest.

Mollie’s talk is sponsored by Tiso

Tiso
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Sunday 4th March 2018

Talk on Nan Shepherd by biographer Charlotte Peacock and optional walk

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 10.00am
Ticket Price: £10.00

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Talk on Nan Shepherd by biographer Charlotte Peacock and optional walk to Braeview

Date: Sunday 4th March 2018
Time: 10.00am
Venue: Village Hall
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Talk on Nan Shepherd by biographer Charlotte Peacock and optional walk

Speaker Biography: Charlotte Peacock
Overview: “Into The Mountain” is the first biography of Nan Shepherd, hear from its author Charlotte Peacock. This talk will be followed by an optional visit to Nan Shepherd’s Braemar howff which is a 30 minute walk from the hall involving some gentle uphill.
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Nicky Spinks record breaking distance runner

Speakers | Inspirational WomanTime: 2.00pm
Ticket Price: £10.00

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Nicky Spinks record breaking distance runner

Date: Sunday 4th March 2018
Time: 2.00pm
Venue: Village Hall
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Nicky Spinks record breaking distance runner

Speaker Biography: Nicky Spinks
Overview: Hear from the inspirational Nicky Spinks when, in 2016, she made fell running history by becoming the fastest person to run a Double Bob Graham Round. The 49-year-old cancer-survivor marked 10 years post-diagnosis by running the 132-mile Lake District route, which included around 54,000ft of ascent, in a time of 45 hours and 30 minutes.
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