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Lee Schofield

Hexham Book Festival




Showing at

The Main Theatre

Wild Fell  

Sunday 19 June: 12pm
Tickets: £10, £8

Fighting for nature on a Lake District hill farm.

In 2015, England's last golden eagle died on the remote eastern fells of the Lake District. It was a sad day for the nation’s wildlife but not an unexpected one. Two years earlier, ecologist Lee Schofield had begun work on an ambitious RSPB project to rewild 3,000 hectares of the Lake District’s uplands, his aim being to build back the area’s natural eco-system from the bottom up and to re-create a landscape that would support the return of golden eagles, and other lost wildlife, to the area. Wild Fell is Lee’s story of how he is working to make that vision become a reality.   

Running time: 1hr


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