|The Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival: 27th Feb 2010
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The Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival is an annual event aiming to entertain and inspire using a mix of adventure films, guest lecturers and activities, with easy parking and on site catering. This is a fund raising event with all profits used to develop facilities at Hope Valley College.
Premier Post: Ian Parnell at Hope Valley Adventure Film Fest
© Hope Valley Adventure Film Fest
Hope Valley College is situated in the centre of the beautiful Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park.
We are kindly assisted by ShAFF (Sheffield Adventure Film festival) and will be screening the 'Best of ShAFF 2009'.
- Best of Shaff – Package 1
- Best of Shaff – Package 2
- Youth Adventure Film – Package 1
- Youth Adventure Film – Package 2
- John Muir 'Alone Across Australia'
- Sports Hall Activities
- Home Made Movie Awards
- Art and Photography Exhibition
- Paul McGreavy - See the World- A Youth Expedition
- Ian Parnell Lecture. High Exposure Mountaineering.
- Nick Williams Lecture. Caving. Exploration of Mulu.
HVAFF day film pass tickets and evening lecture tickets available at selected Hope Valley Outdoor Shops.
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