Paul Rose to talk in London

Celebrity diver and explorer fronts conservation society evening

Author: Pat
1st November 2013
 


Renowned explorer and diver Paul Rose wants to spend the evening with you.

Paul will be speaking at the Marine Conservation Society’s annual general meeting on Tuesday 12 November, from 6pm.

tickets are limited

The setting is the refined surroundings of The Royal Academy of Engineering on London’s Pall Mall.

As a former member of the British Antarctic Survey, Paul Rose knows more than most about the state of the seas – both at home and in far reaches of the globe.

He’s an accomplished technical diver and explorer, with TV presenting on his CV, thanks to work on BBC ‘Oceans’ and ‘Britain’s Secret Seas’. As an after dinner speaker who’s given lectures at dive shows, this evening is sure to be entertaining and informative.

Tickets are limited, so if you’re keen, hop over to the MCS website and book yours now. They’re priced just £10, which includes a buffet and (wine) refreshments.

 
 
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