An evening in discussion with Simon Weston CBE
In Association with Carlisle & Eden Community Safety Partnership.
In 1982 the Sir Galahad was destroyed in Bluff Cove on the Falkland Islands. On board was Simon Weston, Welsh Guardsman, a name and face that was going to become well known for his struggle to overcome his injuries (46% burns) and redefine his role in life. Simon’s message is one of achievement, of triumph over adversity, of seizing the moment and succeeding.
Following his injuries, Simon’s road to physical, spiritual and mental recovery saw him active in a number of highly successful ventures including ‘The Weston Spirit’, a Liverpool-based young people’s charity.
1st June 2017 – Old Fire Station, Carlisle.
Tickets – £5.00* (*booking fee applies if bought online)