Double Olympic Gold Medallist, Nicola is Great Britain’s most successful female boxer. In addition to her Olympic success she won the World, European and Commonwealth championships and was awarded an OBE for her success. Nicola will be sharing her inspiring story of resilience, failure, success and welcoming questions from the audience.
Steve is the host of the BBC show Deadly 60, BAFTA award winning explorer, naturalist and writer. He’s travelled to the deepest, darkest places of the world and he’ll be giving an insight into his amazing adventures. He may be bringing some creepy crawly friends along!
Ness Knight is an explorer and conservationist who completed expeditions in the most extreme, and diverse parts of the world. Ness is a published children’s who will be running workshops on how to survive in the wilderness.
The remarkable, world record holding Turner Twins who test the limits of human endurance will be our mainstage hosts on Saturday. Be prepared for fun games, cool stories and brilliant survival tips.
The founder of Black Girls Hike, Rhiane is committed to diversifying the outdoors. Since founding the group in January 2019 she’s led hikes all over the country and will leading one around the stunning Powderham estate.
Mollie was the youngest, and first English women to summit the north and south sides of Everest. In 2020 she was the youngest women to ski solo to the South Pole. Mollie is going to be running Crevasse Crossing and Pulk Pulling workshops and teaching you how to survive in Antarctica.
Ayo is a former Blue Peter presenter and two time open water swimming world record holder. He will be hosting open an water swimming masterclass and running a fun QnA about his life, swimming and his next adventures.
Join The BBC’s One Show wildlife expert Dr George McGavin for a creepy crawly workshop no other. Dr George has written numerous books and travelled extensively to learn about our natural world. You won’t want to miss this truly fascinating man at Gone Wild!
In 2010 Dwayne became the first black Briton to walk to the North Pole. Since then he has led a number of incredible expeditions all over world and runs a number of initiatives to help disadvantaged people. Thank you Dwayne!!