As November stubs out the glow of autumn and the days tighten into shorter hours, winter’s occupation begins. Preparing for winter has its own rhythms, as old as our exchanges with the land. Of all the seasons, it draws us together.
Horatio Clare is one of Britain’s foremost travel and nature writers. His work is evocative of all the senses: sight and sound of a time and a place – it transports and delights, informs and entertains.
Join us for an evening in the gentle boundaries of autumn and winter, and be led through the changing land by the words and thoughts of one of the great observers of our time.