Politics of Wildlife Protection Debate - The Capitol Theatre, Horsham
Good Afternoon Adastrans,
We have been lucky enough to get Dominic Dyer author of Badgered to Death from the Born Free Foundation & The Badger Trust to visit Horsham’s Capitol Theatre on Thursday 23rd
March to debate the issues surrounding the politics of wildlife protection with a particular focus on the Badger cull debate. Please see the poster attached or the blurb below which describes the theme for the evening, it is a fantastic opportunity to join
in the debate surrounding not only the Badger cull but also the wider issues of wildlife protection:
‘Dominic is one of the UK's leading wildlife campaigners, broadcasters and writers. He will discuss topics on wildlife protection at home & abroad including the badger cull
exploitation of dolphins and desperate battle to protection Africa's remaining lions, elephants and rhinos. Dominic Dyer will talk in depth with Mark Jones from Born Free Foundation about writing his book Badgered to Death and the wider political and economic
issues concerning the protection of wildlife at home and abroad to be followed by a question and answer session on the issues raised with the audience.
An informal book signing and refreshments will be included after the talk’
I look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible. Please note that tickets are likely to sell quickly so book early to avoid disappointment! Tickets are £10 Adults/
£8.00 Concessions and can be booked via the box office on:
Horsham District Council, Parkside, Chart Way, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1RL Telephone: 01403 215100 (calls may be recorded)horsham.gov.uk Chief Executive - Tom Crowley
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