Posted by: Helena Smalman-Smith | September 15, 2012

Dreamed It, Did It – talk this Friday!

You know the dream – find out HOW (and why) they did it…

Helena and Richard are doing a talk about their Atlantic row on
Friday, 21 September 2012 at 7.00pm (come and see the boat in the playground from 6.30pm)

At Kingston Grammar School

You (and any friends) are warmly invited to attend, but entrance is by pre-booked ticket only, so please reply if you would like to reserve one (or more).

P.S. The real star of the show, Didi the boat, will be there too.



  1. Hi Helena,

    Thank you so much for your kind invitation. Sadly I can’t make it this Friday, but I would love to hear the talk if you do it again.

    All the best


    Sent from my iPhone

  2. What time>


  3. Good question, Jim! Have just edited post to show 7.00pm with the boat available to view in the playground before that. Would be great to see you – your batches of tube stations puzzles were such a highlight!

  4. Hi Helena & Richard, Would love to come to the talk, in fact actually pretty fed up that we can’t make it! We have a band engagement locally to play all of the “proms” stuff . We are contracted to play this series of concerts every year. We had an all day rehearsal today, & Thursday with concert Friday , Saturday & the next Saturday. There are lots of high notes for the clarinet & by Saturday night it is quite a struggle!

    Sorry, but good luck & maybe you can give another talk when we can come!

    Best wishes, Elaine

    Elaine Laverick

    Sent from my iPad

  5. Three tickets please. See you Tuesday. Hope the sponsored row is going well. Sheena

    Sent from my iPhone

  6. I enjoy this blog. Good content. Good post.

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