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Sponsored by Steppes Travel
8th & 15th December 2014 The Lyric Theatre, London
Fancy a pre-Christmas night out in that London? Join me and four very talented wildlife presenters for a very entertaining, interactive evening. Doug, Steve, Martin and Lucy have travelled the globe filming the most amazing natural history sequences seen on TV. Working both behind and in front of the camera, each of these guys have found themselves in some pretty hair-raising adventures (back when Doug had hair). I will be your host, keeping them all in order and making sure your questions get answered. Book early to ensure you get those good seats near the front... CLICK ON THE TICKET!
Why I wear Páramo...
A few years ago I was offered a silly amount of money to advertise an outdoor clothing brand but I realised that they didn't have any ethical or environmental credentials to speak of. It struck me then after a little research that very few clothing companies do. So, I consulted Ethical Consumer (see their website HERE) and I discovered Páramo Clothing. I was so impressed by their dedication to fair trade principles and social enterprise that I have used their clothing ever since. I don't receive any fee from them and pay for most of my garments. The kit is first class and copes as well in the studio as in a jungle. The video below is a great example of why I am proud to wear Páramo.
When I'm not galavanting around the globe making documentaries, I am a full-time small animal vet. I work in a growing pet-only clinic with branches inbetween Crewe & Nantwich and Whitchurch. I love my clinical work with a special interest in medicine. I am enrolled on a post-graduate certificate course with the British Small Animal Veterinary Association in Small Animal Internal Medicine which is helping me handle the more problematic and difficult medicine cases that come through the door. Veterinary medicine is, at times, stressful and hard work but it's also very rewarding. I'm very proud of the ethics and levels of service we aim to give all our patients and their owners.
To visit the practice website click on the link below