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Two images placed next to each other. The image of the left is the front cover of the book 'Vet at the End of the World.' The image on the right is of

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Vet Jonathan Hollins hasn't looked back after swapping life in the UK for the South Atlantic, especially since his move abroad helped save the life of a 191 year old celebrity tortoise, also called Jonathan!

Jonathan joins writer James Fair in conversation for tales of island vetting, which are not only full of wonderful creatures but steeped in unique local history, cultures, and people, far removed from the hustle of modern life.

Part of the Richmond Reads season.

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£4.50 per ticket
Concession£4.50 per ticket

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Vet at the End of the Earth: Adventures with Animals in the South Atlantic

Type:Animal Event

Teddington Library, Waldegrave Road, Teddington, London, TW11 8NY

Tel: 02087343325

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