GUINNESS WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT

1st September 2018 @ ALRESFORD SHOW, UK

We are attempting a World Record at Alresford Show 2018!

On display will be a life-size papier-mache African bull elephant standing tall at 3.96m (the current world record for the largest papier mache structure is 3.82m). The model will be built entirely from paper mache, resulting in a powerful and impactful piece of art with purpose.

Holly is asking local businesses to get involved and to sponsor the world record attempt. This project will cost a total of £5,000 including the elephant build, workshop space, materials, transportation and marquee housing at the festival.  In return, all sponsor’s logo will be displayed next to the elephant structure visible to over 20,000 show visitors, plus will have the added benefits of extensive social media coverage and anticipated press and television coverage.

TEDx Brighton

26th OCTOBER 2018

‘Journeys and Adventures’ is a fitting theme for me to share my tales of adventures from the summit of Everest to patrolling with the Black Mambas, an all female anti poaching team, in the African bush!

TEDxBrighton returns to the Brighton Dome once again for another day-long celebration of ideas worth spreading.

The day will be packed to the seams with inspiring speakers, life-changing stories and amazing entertainment. Featuring around 20 talks across the whole day, it will be a poetically vast and unavoidably exciting topic, which will leave you feeling energised and inspired for living your own wonderful adventures.

2018 HOW MANY ELEPHANTS FUNDRAISING MASQUERADE BALL

15th December 2018. 6.30pm - 1am

We would be honored by your presence at our 2018 ‘How Many Elephants’ Fundraising Masquerade Ball.

We will be celebrating the warmth of the season with a night of entertainment, dinner and dancing! There is lots in store, including bubbles on arrival, a 3 course meal, ex-England Cricketer Shaun Udal as MC and a talk by How Many Elephants founder and Everest Summiteer, Holly Budge. There will be a DJ and disco to follow, plus an auction, all in benefit of the vital work of How Many Elephants Charity.

Dress code: Black Tie & Masquerade.