Kemps Presents: Julia Bradbury in conversation with Sarah Banks
Julia Bradbury is credited with revamping Sunday night primetime television on BBC One’s Countryfile, which she co-presented for five years. Her impressive career to date has seen her launch three television channels and present numerous significant long term series including Watchdog, Top Gear and Countryfile.
Outside her television life Julia is an ambassador for Keep Britain Tidy, The National Trust and a champion for Ordnance Survey. She co-founded The Outdoor Guide, an online resource and space for outdoor inspiration.
Her passion is the outdoors and more recently following her cancer diagnosis and surgery, she is dedicating her time supporting the benefits of healthy living and the virtues of nature therapy.
Julia joins us in Malton to talk about her newest book.
Part self-help and part-memoir, this is the ultimate guide to walking yourself happy physically and mentally. ‘Walk Yourself Happy’ explains the elemental link between our own health – both physical and mental – and the natural world.
Julia knows first-hand the profound impact of nature: it has helped her survive breast cancer, overcome infertility and continue through failed IVF treatments; it balances the soul and acts as a confidante and therapist.
Through science-backed information, practical tips and Julia’s own story, Walk Yourself Happy explores how nature can soothe anxiety and stress, how a mountain or a tree can keep you company in times of grief, and the importance of building nature into your everyday life, so you eat well, sleep better and move more.
Come and join us for an inspiring and restorative evening.