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Our 2017 Headline Speakers
Frank Bruno MBE
Boxing legend and world heavy weight champion Frank Bruno won 40 of 45 professional fights and was crowned the World Champion in 1995.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE
The world’s greatest living explorer (According to the Guinness book of records), Sir Ranulph will inspire and share his stories of challenge, adversity, drive and success.
Our 2017 Exciting Speakers
Ruby Wax OBE
Ruby Wax is well-known for her extensive comedy and television interview career and as an active voice against mental illness.
Sharron Davies MBE
Olympic medal winner for Great Britain, Sharron Davies lead a special Olympian panel, which focused on the importance of nutrition when training for competition.
Eddie The Eagle Edwards
Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, was the first competitor to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping, a unique British sporting hero with an incredible story to tell.
TV property expert, journalist, author and presenter of BBC TV’s Homes under the Hammer for over 14 years, Martin Roberts is the official guru of property auctions.
Winner of BBC TV’s The Apprentice 2016, Alana shared her unique experience and the stories that inspired her to start her own business at just 17 years old.
Carl shared his personal battle with debilitating anxiety lasted 15 years and his experience and action plan will help you believe anything is possible.
Currently playing for Wasps and England, James Haskell is one of the UK’s most formidable rugby union players, now with over 61 senior international caps to his name.
A celebrity TV chef, nutritionist and author, Dale is otherwise known as ‘The Medicinal Chef’. His presentation inspired and educated around the world of healthy eating.
At five years old, Richard McCann woke to discover his mother was missing which transpired she was the first victim of the infamous Yorkshire Ripper.
Gail has been declared bankrupt, battled bi-polar, anorexia, and alopecia and is now rebuilding her life. Gail recounted her roller coaster ride through these difficult years.