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In Search of the Yeti - Film night with Steve Berry

In Search of the Yeti - Film night with Steve Berry

Hear all about our M.D, Steve Berry's adventures on his search for the Yeti. Listen to a short presentation followed by a screening of his 'Lost Kingdom of the Yeti' film.

In 2014 our M.D, Steve Berry, came across a strange set of tracks high in the Himalaya. Each year since then, he has returned to Bhutan to find increasing evidence that the Yeti may actually exist! In 2017 Steve returned with TV presenter, Mark Evans, and a film crew to document his ongoing search for the elusive creature.

With obsessive believers, medical disasters, a forbidden mountain and an appointment with royalty, this really is a must-see adventure. But can genetics finally solve the mystery of the Yeti? Or could this dangerous journey on a quest for the truth be one step too far?

Find out for yourself on the 23rd November at 6:30 as Steve will be presenting the film in Hawkesbury Upton Village Hall.

The Bar will be open from 6:15 for drinks and snacks. Tickets will be £10 for Adults, £5 for children over 5 and available to buy at the door, or £1 cheaper if bought in advance from Hawkesbury Stores or HUTC Committee. All proceeds go towards the repainting of Hawkesbury Tennis Courts. Email triciaperris@icloud.com for more info.

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