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SATURDAY OCTOBER 15TH – WIMBORNE – DORSET – 7-10 PM

COLEHILL VILLAGE HALL – CANNON HILL ROAD – BH21 2LR

This event is kindly supported by David Joyner Couriers of Ferndown, Dorset
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7PM Event Opens to Public

Explore the foyer, campaigns & stalls

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Refreshments available

Donations welcome please give generously

7.20 Welcome & Introduction by Hosts

7.30 Film Starts

9.00 Film Ends

9.10 – 10 pm Q&A session

Question our panel of Special Guests

Explore the issues raised in more detail

YOU CANT GET THERE FROM HERE #YCGTFH

An international team of 4 friends undertake the Plymouth to Dakar Challenge a ‘banger rally’ which annually shadows the route of the Paris Dakar Rally. They acquire two old Mercedes vans and take a 3 week route through Spain, Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia. They arrange to transport prosthetic limbs for a Bristol based charity to a clinic in Gambia providing help to amputees.

Interviewing a number of experts on the 30 year conflict between Morocco and the Saharawi natives, they arrange to meet with Saharawi ‘dissidents’ in the Western Sahara to expose their oppression by Moroccan authorities who they claim are occupying their land and profiting from their national resources. In doing so they evade detection and expulsion by Moroccan authorities and meet UN envoys who are overseeing the conflict.

Struggling to get the vehicles to their destination, they team up with two adventurers driving a fire engine and a crazy Frenchman while crossing the minefields in the Sahara Desert. They encounter a diversity of landscapes, people and cultures en route whilst exploring the nature of tourism, charity and how a disregard of human rights in favour of commercial interests threatens a new war in the Sahara desert.

Further Information

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Legs4Africa (link)

Sandblast Arts (link)

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