Event Type: Festival
Wild Writers Festival – A Lifetime on the Hills

DATE:
Fri 27 January

TIME:
7.30PM

PRICE:
£15, £8 under 16, £20 Adult + child

DESCRIPTION:

In his latest book Cameron McNeish shines the light of experience on memory and renews his vision of the Scottish hills.

For more than four decades, Cameron McNeish has chronicled Scotland’s powerful landscapes and the outdoor communities who inhabit them. While much has changed, especially in terms of conservation and access, the hills themselves remain little altered, as do the reasons people visit them. A collection of essays and diary entries, his latest book An Eye to the Hills sees Cameron shine the light of experience on memory and renew his vision, keen to share his insights with the many people who love Scotland’s outdoors.

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