Gault News Travels Fast
‘Look, No Hands’ author and prolific Wheels supporter, Brian Gault, is making a visit to the South-East of England for a short fundraising and speaking tour in March. Brian is one of 456 UK survivors of the Thalidomide disaster in the 1960s, and now writes and speaks about his experiences of living without arms, and how, with God’s help, he’s achieved so much, and dedicated his life to helping others.
Brian, who lives in Northern Ireland, will arrive in Epsom on Wednesday 11th March, and has a full itinerary of speaking engagements at schools, groups and churches. Including two main events, one on Saturday 14th March at 7.30 pm for An Evening with Brian Gault at The King’s Centre, Chessington (KT9 2GZ), and one on the evening of Sunday 15th at 6.30 pm, when he’ll be talking at Morden Park Baptist Church (SM4 4SP).
Brian is a great speaker, and we’re sure it’ll be an inspiring and moving week, with plenty of opportunities to find out more the work of the charity.
There's a great interview with Brian here: Follow this link to read an interview with Brian.
Brian will be heading back home on the 16th March, but if you're unable to get to either of the big events, please get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll advise you on any smaller events happening near you.
Saturday 14 March
7.30 - 9.00pm Main event: “An inspirational evening with Brian Gault” – at The King’s Centre, Chessington KT9 2GZ. www.thekingscentre.org.uk
Sunday 15 March
6.30 pm - Talk at Morden Park Baptist Church www.mpbc.org.uk Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 4SP