WEDNESDAY 17TH MAY 2017, 10:00AM UNTIL 3:30PM
THE MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY (MOSI), MANCHESTER
JKSL are pleased to invite you to our annual seminar, ‘Apocalypse Now’.
This year’s theme covers threats posed to the environment and welcomes a broad range of speakers from television, literature and leading government bodies including:
• Michaela Strachan (TV presenter)
• Trevor Renals (Environment Agency)
• Dick Shaw (CABI bio-control)
• Mark Avery (Writer, blogger and environmental campaigner)
• John Lewis-Stempel (Historian, farmer and Sunday Times Top 5 best-selling author)
Plus other speakers to be confirmed!
The seminar will be hosted by Mike Clough of Japanese Knotweed Solutions Ltd.
Mike will be introducing found footage of his involvement with the filming of the legendary Apocalypse Now film!
Delegates are invited to join us for dinner with the speakers the night before the seminar. A 3 course set menu is offered from 7:30pm at Grafene in Manchester, headed by award-winning Executive Chef Darren Goodwin. Places are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
The seminar costs £85 + VAT per delegate.
Lunch and free parking included. Places at Grafene will cost £26.95 per delegate.
To book your place, download the booking form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 0161 723 2001.
As we look towards an ever changing world, global warming and an exit from Europe, we ask what is in store for our British landscape? We will be discussing how we should face an uncertain future and ask will this lead to ‘Apocalypse Now’?