Event Date: 13 December 2019 - 13 December 2019 Location: Abraham's Cafe, George Fisher UK
Join us for an Evening in Abraham's with Julie Carter as she talks about THE ART OF ADVENTURE and what it means to be a fell runner. The evening is £10 with proceeds to Derwent Hill in order to facilitate the outdoor education of children who otherwise could not afford it. We will be serving tea, coffee and cake.
Keswick fellrunner and climber Julie Carter does not stand still for long - since the success of her books, 'Running the Red Line' and 'Is It Serious?' in 2018 Julie has continued to use her adventures as inspiration for her writing.
This year she became the first woman to complete an extended Bob Graham round of 55 peaks at the age of 55
Join Julie at the Abraham's Café for new stories, poems, pictures and music which explore the common impulse shared by art, adventure and sport. She will also explain how poetry can make you run faster as well as give some unique insights into special spots in the Northern fells.
16 August 2019 by George Fisher
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