High Sports Winter Lecture Series 2014/15
STEVE FISHER LECTURE
CHANGE OF PLAN Announcement
Due to circumstances beyond our control the planned Congo River kayaking lecture tour of the UK by South African Red Bull paddler Steve Fisher, and part of the High Sports Winter Lecture series in Shrewsbury, has been cancelled. Yes we are bitterly disappointed, in floods of tears, along with thousands of others in sold out audiences from Scotland to the West Country.
But don’t despair if you’ve bought a ticket to see Steve Fisher on 18th November, or intended to, abide by the High Sports motto “Stick to the plan, the show will go on”. High Sports’ good friend & Shrewsbury lad Dave Manby, who was instrumental in bringing Steve Fisher to the UK and internationally respected paddler, has come up trumps with a brilliant replacement speaker. The Dave Manby endorsement is good enough for us, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed:
DOM BARROW & JAMES SMITH - ALL INDIA KAYAK TRIP 2014
What can 5 young paddlers from the UK do with a sparkling new sponsored Ford Endeavour 4x4 in the wettest place on Earth ? Obvious! Have fun on and off road in search of the most ferocious, sought after river descents in India, if not the World. This is their latest episode, and a UK premier, from their trilogy of stunning films; High, Too High and now.... ALL INDIA KAYAK.
Now the Fisher tears have stopped flowing we’re sure you’ll be just as excited and keen to show support for our home grown water boys mixing it up in some of the most serious wet screen Rapid Motion.... The other 4 presentations in the High Sports Winter Lecture series continue as planned no changes, and all in aid of the Youngsters in the Mountains fund, so your support is always appreciated and our aim remains the same to “Inspire through great live entertainment”.
See you next Tuesday 18th November at the Gateway Centre, Shrewsbury 7.30pm AS PLANNED, great entertainment all together in the same boat, come rain or shine !
Many thanks to Charles Leventon for the access to these photos taken on High Park on the first day of the Longmynd Hike 2014.
All rights reserved of photographs to Charles Leventon.