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The Duke of Edinburgh's Award 2017

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award 2017

14 Mar

Presentation Evening with James Ketchell.

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TICKETS: £6.00*

Presentation Evening with James Ketchell.

An evening celebrating achievement - Bronze, Silver and Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award recipients from South Somerset will have their certificates presented by the ultimate triathlon adventurer James Ketchell.

Award holder photographs will be taken at 6.30pm in the auditorium. Guests can relax in the bar until the auditorium doors open for the presentation evening at 7.15pm. The presentations will start promptly at 7.30pm.

Participants' guests can take advantage of a priority booking period until Monday 6 March by calling the Box Office on 01935 422884.

During this period tickets will be sold on a first-come first-serve basis and are strictly limited to 2 guest tickets per award recipient. Please note there is a huge demand for tickets for this event and so we strongly advise parents to book early to avoid disappointment.

Award recipients will receive their tickets from their Duke of Edinburgh Leader and so must have confirmed their attendance with their leader prior to Tuesday 28 February.

Any remaining tickets will be released for general sale through our Box Office and online on Tuesday 7 March at 12 noon.

For more information about this event or the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in South Somerset please contact: SMarsh@somerset.gov.uk.

The speaker, James Ketchell is the first person to have successfully summited Mount Everest, rowed across the Atlantic Ocean and cycled 18,000 miles around the world - "The Ultimate Traithlon." He is also a motivational speaker, an author and Scouting ambassador. To learn more about James view his website: http://jamesketchell.net/about-new/

Tickets:  £6

A £1 ticket levy is included in all stated ticket prices.

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