Life on the front line with Kim Hughes

at The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG

Jun
04

Life on the front line with Kim Hughes

7:30PM, Mon 4 Jun
The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG
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‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the **…

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‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the George Cross in 2009 following a grueling six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan during which he defused 119 improvised explosive devices, survived numerous Taliban ambushes and endured a close encounter with the Secretary of State for Defence.

This isn’t just another Afghanistan memoir but also a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last. This is one of the best memoirs that will come out of a ten-year struggle and you can meet the man himself!

Join Chorleywood Bookshop and Kim Hughes for a evening like no other… For one night only we will see what life was truly like for troops on the ground and experience a first hand account from a soldier who faced danger with every step he took on enemy terrain.

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Life on the front line with Kim Hughes

7:30PM, Mon 4 Jun
The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG
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‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the **…

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‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the George Cross in 2009 following a grueling six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan during which he defused 119 improvised explosive devices, survived numerous Taliban ambushes and endured a close encounter with the Secretary of State for Defence.

This isn’t just another Afghanistan memoir but also a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last. This is one of the best memoirs that will come out of a ten-year struggle and you can meet the man himself!

Join Chorleywood Bookshop and Kim Hughes for a evening like no other… For one night only we will see what life was truly like for troops on the ground and experience a first hand account from a soldier who faced danger with every step he took on enemy terrain.

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The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG

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Life on the front line with Kim Hughes

7:30PM, Mon 4 Jun
The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG
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‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the **…

Show more

‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the George Cross in 2009 following a grueling six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan during which he defused 119 improvised explosive devices, survived numerous Taliban ambushes and endured a close encounter with the Secretary of State for Defence.

This isn’t just another Afghanistan memoir but also a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last. This is one of the best memoirs that will come out of a ten-year struggle and you can meet the man himself!

Join Chorleywood Bookshop and Kim Hughes for a evening like no other… For one night only we will see what life was truly like for troops on the ground and experience a first hand account from a soldier who faced danger with every step he took on enemy terrain.

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Life on the front line with Kim Hughes

7:30PM, Mon 4 Jun
The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG
Details
Location

‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the **…

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‘Painting the Sand’ is a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last.

Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the George Cross in 2009 following a grueling six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan during which he defused 119 improvised explosive devices, survived numerous Taliban ambushes and endured a close encounter with the Secretary of State for Defence.

This isn’t just another Afghanistan memoir but also a book about science, bombs, and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last. This is one of the best memoirs that will come out of a ten-year struggle and you can meet the man himself!

Join Chorleywood Bookshop and Kim Hughes for a evening like no other… For one night only we will see what life was truly like for troops on the ground and experience a first hand account from a soldier who faced danger with every step he took on enemy terrain.

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The Junction, Christ Church, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG

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