London Meetings, Saturday, November 5th, 2016

This month we have:

  1. AGM : The clubs AGM starts at 1:00pm (card carrying members only), then at 2.30 the meeting begins

Speaking this month we have:

  1. Jeremy Perrin – All you need to know about the Camino de Santiago

  2. Jon Beardmore – The Great Game – 30,000 miles across Central Asia

    In 2013 Jon set out to retrace the 200 years immortalised in “The Great Game” – a term for the strategic rivalry and conflict between the British Empire and the Russian Empire for supremacy in Central Asia.

    Through interaction with the local people and landscapes, the aim was to compare the historical version with the modern day. He travelled from London to Russia along the Silk Road, through the “Stans”, China and SE Asia returning via India, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey and finally back to Europe.

    His aim: to find out if Central Asia is really as dangerous as we’re led to believe.

    Links to the film website:, and

    Charity Links: Charity Fundraising Page

London branch meetings are held at The Church of Scotland, Crown Court, behind the Fortune Theatre in Covent Garden the first Saturday of each month, unless there is a UK public holiday that weekend.

Admission costs, £3 for Members and £6.00 Non-members. You do not need to be a member to attend, and we do not sell advanced tickets, please just come on the day, the doors open at 2:15pm and the program starts around 2:30pm with each talk lasting approximately 40 minutes.

There is no London meeting in August, but we start afresh each September.

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  1. The Great Game: 30,000 Miles Across Central Asia

    Thanks to the wonderful folks at Globetrotters Club for inviting me to speak about my journey across Central Asia.

    Would you like to get your own copy of the award winning film?

    To reward your support of the fundraising efforts, every donation of £10 and above will get a downloadable copy of the film and a electronic copy of the film poster.

    “100% of profits from this film are going to the charity Afghan Connection to support education and cricket in Afghanistan” – Jon Beardmore

    Afghan Connection

    Afghan Connection funds and supports schools, teachers and sports opportunities, especially in rural areas. With our partners we have built 43 schools across Afghanistan, which currently educate over 50,000 children.

    Share your thoughts on the film

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