18th October @ 7:30 am - 9:15 am
As many of you know chamber member, Adrian Caddy, tragically lost one of his sons, a Traffic Police Officer, in a fatal collision whilst on duty last year.
In memory of him and in order to raise the awareness of road safety, Adrian and a group of fellow motor cycle enthusiasts undertook an unforgettable 4,000 mile adventure earlier this year.
The June trip took them from Hastings Pier to the Arctic Circle coinciding with the Midsummer Solstice. They are now busy writing and editing for a book and TV film to be aired on the BBC next year.
So before the ‘official’ release Adrian has offered to give us a sneak preview that he says will ‘delight, entertain and astound us’; posing questions and answers that will challenge us about how we transport ourselves.
Filled with anecdotes, laughs, tears and thriller stories, he promises to make us stop, think and help reduce the number of innocent lives wasted on our roads; something particularly apt as the daylight hours reduce and before the Festive excesses begin.
Speaking of which with winter around the corner we will also hear from Andrew Crighton on the fantastic work of the Snowflake Charity and their plans for helping the homeless in Hastings this winter.
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