The Treloar Talks 2017

When: 27th March 2017

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The Treloar Talks 2017

5 inspiring speakers. 15 minutes each. Not to be missed.

The Treloar Talks 2017

Date: Monday 27th March 2017

Time: 6:30pm for 7pm start to conclude at 8:30pm

Location: Glaziers Hall, Montague Close, London, SE1 9DD

Price: £30 per person to include drinks reception.

The evening will be compèred by ITN Broadcaster, Treloar Patron and long standing supporter, Alastair Stewart OBE

Our speakers are.....

James Melville-Ross

A high-flying City exec and Treloar Parent. James has twins, Alice and Tommy, in the School. He released a book in June called Two for Joy: detailing their family's journey to happiness with severely disabled twins.

Prem Goyal OBE

Prem is a successful City entrepreneur, philanthropist. Having grown up in a one-bedroom house with 10 siblings in India, Prem came to London in 2002 and launched his management consulting firm, Global Markets Consultants. Having retired at 45, he now uses his time, talent and savings to promote social inclusion, diversity and equality at the top in London.

Dame Clare Tickell

Chief Executive of Hanover Housing Association since January 2014 and former Chief Executive of Action for Children between 2005–2013. There Clare was able to influence the development of policies that affect the lives of the most vulnerable and neglected children, young people and their families and communities across the UK. She is currently the Chair of the Early Intervention Foundation and the Cabinet Office Community, Voluntary and Local Services Honours Committee.

Dan Eley

After a freak accident in Latin America left Dan paralysed from the shoulders down, he has utilised his adverse circumstances to achieve great success: becoming the Founder of an international children’s and young persons’ charity, a London 2012 Olympic Torchbearer, recipient of a UN ‘happy hero’ medal and a director on the board of governors of his old school Frensham Heights. An inspirational example of how we can all do so much more than just cope with adversity.

Tom Yendell

Due to the drug Thalidomide Tom was born without arms. He has learned to do everyday tasks using his feet. Artistic from an early age, after attending Treloar’s School Tom obtained an Honours Degree in Expressive Arts from Brighton University. He is a Member of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists and was recently featured in BBC One documentary, Going Back Giving Back for his contribution to charity.

To book tickets, please contact us on 01420 547447, email or visit our online ticket shop.

We hope to see you there.