Walks, Talks, Signings and more...

Thursday 12th March 2020, London
Geographical Journeys: Microlectures 2020
12th March, 7pm, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London

Join me at the Royal Geographical Society for this year's Microlectures - six new speakers each sharing a geographical journey. From an expedition to find a rare parrot, to rock climbing your way to better mental health, to discovering Iran through music, in the course of an evening, you'll journey around the world.

Tickets from £9 - on sale now, all welcome
Friday 13th March - Sunday 15th March 2020, Ambleside
BMC Hill Walking Weekend: Lake District

A weekend of hillwalking, skills sessions and friendly people, all courtesy of the British Mountaineering Council. Join us for a weekend staying at the YHA Ambleside hostel, sharing dinner, walking plans and plenty of chat. And on Saturday evening you'll hear from me, as I offer an archaeological guide to the hills. I'll reveal some of the Lake District’s finest sites & share pointers on how to puzzle out what all those lumps, bumps and heaps of stone are. 
Experienced and beginner walkers welcome.
Tickets: £85 for the weekend, including dinner, 2 nights' accomodation, breakfast and two full days guided walks or skills training. AND a year's membership of the BMC. What's not to like?! Buy Tickets
Friday 20th March, Royal Geographical Society, London
Geographical Lates: British Landscapes
20th March, 6-10pm, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London

Every landscape has a story to tell, and Britian has a lot of landscapes. I'll be chairing a panel at this 'Lates' event, and giving a 15min pop-up talk on How to Be A Landscape Detective. An evening for the curious, thoughtful and fun, on where the land lies. Woith drinks, music and lots of things to think and do
From £10 per person, tickets on sale now
Sunday 26th April 2020, Chipping Norton Literary Festival
In conversation with Stan Lee, author of The Nightingale
26th April, 3pm, Chipping Norton
Tickets on sale soon

Saturday 20th June 2020, Wimpole Hall History and Nature Festival

Hidden Histories: A Spotter's Guide to the British Landscape

20th June 2020, More details coming soon

Ever looked at a field, and wondered what the lumps and bumps are? Or stared at a church and puzzled over how old it is? Do you want to hunt for dolmens, reaves and tumuli? Wherever you go in Britain there’s history woven into the landscape around you – in the shape of a field, the wall of a cottage, a standing stone or churchyard, even in the grass under your feet…join me at the National Trust History and Nature festival for a crash course talk on how to be a landscape detective!