An Evening with Hari Budha Magar
Hari is a local Canterbury resident and former Gurkha soldier who was injured in Afghanistan in 2010, sustaining multiple injuries and losing both his legs above the knee. In May this year, Hari became the first ever double above-knee amputee to climb to the summit of Everest.
We are fortunate to be joined by Hari for one night only where he will share his story and provide inspiration for our Macknade Trailwalkers, who are taking on a 100km 24 hour nonstop walk along the historic South Downs Way this September.
Tickets are £40 per person and include a talk & Q&A with Hari, a Nepalese curry buffet and drink on arrival. All proceeds from ticket sales will go direct to our Trailwalker fundraising pot for the Gurkha Welfare Trust.
There will also be an opportunity to enter our charity raffle, with prizes including a Macknade hamper and merchandise signed by Hari himself.
This event is by invitation only and tickets are available to Macknade cardholders and select partners. Please use the link on this page to secure your spot!