Mark Inglis lost his legs at 23-years-old due to frostbite and then went on to be the only double amputee to have stood on the roof of the world, the summit of Mount Everest.
Mark is coming to Huntly to give a talk about his experiences and will also join Norma D. Hunter for the last leg of her pilgrimage to create a Wishing Tree in Huntly. Join us all for the talk and the walk.
The Public Talk is on 10th November at the Gordon Arms Hotel, Huntly, starting 7pm.
The Public Walk will leave at 11am on 11th November from the Square, Huntly. Minibus provided, refreshments afterwards.
Both events are FREE, but booking is recommended.
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