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Covering over 2,000km on foot, David Taylor-Smith travelled the length of the UK, from the Scilly Isles in the south to the Shetlands in the north. His mission was to learn more about the country and the people who live here, and to gain a better understanding of our collective identity.
In this beautifully illustrated talk, David will examine the environmental and man-made factors that have shaped the nation, and share his conclusions on what it means to be British today.
Event image courtesy of David Carroll, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
David Taylor-Smith MBE FRGS is a former soldier, expedition leader and business man. He is a trustee of the Churchill Fellowship, a member of the advisory board of the Scientific Exploration Society, a WWF Fellow and an advisor to the Royal Hospital Chelsea and RE:ACT Disaster Response.
His long walk across the UK raised nearly £20,000 for RE:ACT’s work in Ukraine.