Paddy Dillon and Raynor Winn on hiking, homelessness and her new book 'The Wild Silence'
In our November Cicerone Live event, join Cicerone and special guests Paddy Dillon and Raynor Winn to talk about hiking, homelessness and her new book 'The Wild Silence'.
Competition and discount
We have two signed hardback copies of 'The Wild Silence' to give away to our audience members. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with email subject 'Wild Silence competition' and (optional) attach a photo from one of your outdoor adventures. Full details and terms and conditions available here.
Browse our guidebooks to long-distance walking in Britain and use the code Outdoor25 at the checkout for 25% discount on all of these titles. Guidebooks include The Pennine Way, The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Hadrian's Wall Path and plenty more.
Competition and discount both open until 17th November 2020.
Raynor Winn is a long-distance walker who writes about nature, homelessness and wild camping. The Salt Path, a Sunday Times bestseller and shortlisted for the 2018 Costa Biography Award, explores her experience of walking the South West Coast Path during a period of homelessness. In her second and recently released book, The Wild Silence, Raynor explores readjusting to life after homelessness. She lives in Cornwall with her husband Moth.
Paddy Dillon is one of Cicerone's most prolific walkers and guidebook writers, with over 90 guidebooks to his name and contributions to 40 other titles. He has written extensively for many different outdoor publications and has appeared on radio and television. Paddy is the author of Cicerone's guidebook to the South West Coast Path, the guidebook used by Raynor and Moth on their journey along the coast from Minehead to Poole.
We look forward to welcoming Raynor and Paddy and sharing their stories with you.
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