Mells talks


St Andrew’s Church in Mells hosts talks by three fascinating speakers in one event, on Saturday 3 September from 2pm.


Rebecca Stephens
Rebecca Stephens
3 Speakers – 3 Different Worlds offers a very interesting programme in aid of Friends of St Andrew’s Mells.

Rebecca Stephens MBE

2 – 3pm – There will be time for interaction with Q&A afterwards

The first woman to climb Everest. She also climbed the 7 summits.

“The joy of the mountains is they strip away superficialities revealing that which matters: namely head, heart and values.”

“There ‘s no greater teacher of the human condition of leadership and of working together as a team.”


Anastasia Brozler
Anastasia Brozler
Anastasia Brozler, Perfumer

4 – 5pm – An historic journey through fragrance history, tapping in to today’s olfactory world’s trends and challenges

“Fragrance reaches us in ways that elude sight and sound unsealing hidden worlds”


Anthony Russell
Anthony Russell
Anthony Russell

7.20 – 8.45pm
What is civilisation (7.20pm)
Blenheim Palace the Agony and the Ecstasy (7.30pm)
Interval 8.15pm
An Ethos for Social Change (8.35pm)
Q&A (8.45pm)

Cultural historian and founder of the Chandos Foundation and a contributor to the All Party Parliamentary Group on
Democracy in Burma.

His lectures include The Virgins of the National Gallery, The Power and Glory of our Country Houses and Beauty and the Beast, our parish churches and the modern predicament.

This event takes place in St Andrew’s Church in Mells on Saturday 3 September 2016 from 2pm. There will be refreshments during intervals between talks.

Tickets are priced per lecture at £10 for adults, £5 for children. Family discount packages available upon request.

Contact information
Jan Seewooruttun
Telephone 01373 812 154

Susie Bell
Telephone 01373 836962

For full details see website