Talks at Six in the Chichester area

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climate change
Maddy Harland will explain the effects of climate change and the consequences of our present warming, how much longer can we go on ignoring our planets needs. Chosen Charity The Earthworks Trust, The sustainability Centre aims to educate, enable and inspire people to make changes to the way they live. . .
banknote
Paul Chapman will give us an intriguing account of the many features that are embedded in modern banknotes that deter the counterfeiter from profiting from his labour. The amazing complexity and multitude of these features, keep our currency safe. Chosen Charity: Rowans Hospice – care and support of people facing. . .
precious metals
Alastair Alexander will tell us where these metals are found, how they are mined and refined, their properties and chemicals used in electronics, petrochemicals, for pollution control, as well as jewellery and photography. Charity: Cure Parkinson which research cures for this illness and alleviating symptoms. . . .
overlord
Tracy Teasdale, Learning Officer, for Portsmouth’s D-Day Museum will tell the story of the 34 hand-stitched panels totalling 83 metres illustrating D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. The redevelopment of the museum transforms the way visitors experience this unique textile. Chosen Charity: The Portsmouth D-Day Museum Trust which reopened in. . .
clipper race
Will Stokely sailed on several legs of the 40,000 nautical miles race, regarded as one of the toughest endurance challenges on the planet. Non-professional teams compete on a global race circuit of eight legs, across six continents. It’s more than just a sailing adventure. Chosen Charity: Unicef UK – have. . .
John Gilbert Winant
Peter Rice will explain how Gilbert Winant, US Ambassador to Britain in WW2, was a vital friend to this country. He made sure that America could justify their support for us. Chosen Charity: St Wilfrid’s Hospice Chichester – give palliative care to those with a terminal illness in the hospice. . .
tintin and snowy
Hugo Frey, lecturer at Chichester University will discuss The adventures of Tintin, the comic series by Belgium cartoonist Herge, who is a reporter and adventurer who travels the world with his dog. Can Herge be compared with Shakespeare!?. Chosen Charity; Red Cross UK – helps people in Crisis, whoever they. . .
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