Chester Meetings, Saturday May 21, 2016

Globetrotters in Chester


  1. Afghanistan: Jim Holmes

    Afghanistan is seen as an area of darkness and conflict from border to border, there are still vast mountainous areas of this beautiful country that are peaceful and moving forward. The Hazara ethnic group sets itself apart through religious beliefs and their independent nature, inhabiting much of the rugged central mountains west of Kabul. I was commissioned to document a development programme that included rural power supply, water and sanitation, all vital aspects of the development process. Although initially sceptical, I was dispatched into the unknown. What I discovered on a 4 wheel drive journey was stunning mountain scenery welcoming communities and a people eager for assistance and stability. The early onset of winter snows was one of our only fears… see also

  2. Terry Callaghan: The Altai Mountains

    The slideshow is based on field visits to a research station in the high Altai Mountains, the journey there along one of the 10 most scenic roads in the world, and an off-road expedition to the Mongolian border to find ancient rock carvings. see also

may poster 2016

Doors open 1pm for 1:30pm Start till 4:30pm Entrance Fee £3.00 includes refreshments and two talks Grosvenor Museum 25-27 Grosvenor Street, CH1 2DD

Enquiries to Hanna tel:  01244383392 or Angela tel: 01244 629930

Leave a Reply