Monday 10th February
South Lawn Hotel, Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF
Malcolm was born in Swindon and joined the Royal Artillery in 1975, serving in Northern Ireland and the Gulf (1991).
On leaving the Army he worked with a number of charities and in 1998 was awarded the MBE in recognition of his ongoing commitement to charity work, in particular with Canine Partners.
Malcolm promises a fast moving, informative and entertaining talk about his army experiences and his time with Canine Partners, including working with Sir Terry Wogan and teaching a dog to use a washing machine. He will also describe a number of light hearted incidents during the Gulf War that "could have gone better".
Malcolm will conclude his talk with a "behind the scenes" account of receiving his MBE at Buckingham Palace.