Climbing at Altitude

Rotarian John Pearce (Sutton-in-Ashfield)

Professional Leadership, Rotary, Kenyan Educational Support Trust
Notice Period:
Regular (more than one month's notice)
Rotary, Charity, Hobby
Paid: £50 or more if you wish, for the charity Kenyan Educational Trust
21st January 2017
Climbing | Entertainment | International

An illustrated talk about climbing and trekking at high altitude in The Himalaya (Dhaulagiri and Manaslu in Nepal)

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About Rotarian John Pearce (Sutton-in-Ashfield)

I am happy to offer talks in each of the following areas, with any donations going to the Charity Kenyan Educational Support

Professional First a happy and successful teacher I became adviser and Deputy Chief Inspector for Nottinghamshire in 1990. I went freelance about the time I joined Rotary International in 1995 and have worked in Education Leadership in schools, with the National College and Department of Education. I created The iAbacus and that is now my professional focus i.e. developing a "can do" culture in Education & Training, Business, Social Care and Sport & Leisure

Charity My Rotary Community Work and especially Chairing The Kenyan Educational Trust allows me to promote a "can help" culture both locally and for bright, poor students in Kenya.

Hobbies I relax in a range of ways: blacksmithing, sculpture and climbing high mountains, preferably covered in snow. This fits my personal belief in a "can try" approach to life.

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