Peter has spoken to a wide range of audiences within schools and businesses about his bicycle journeys, both home and abroad, touching upon topics and issues that interest people of all age-groups. His talks are tailored to fit both audience and time-frame, using entertaining and educational accounts of his journeys to illustrate the importance of:
Goal-setting and planning
If you are interested in an educational, motivational and entertaining experience for your students or clients, please get in contact.
Those who heard you speak left the room feeling awe-struck and stimulated
Katherine Kee Aik Min, Singapore Management University
A superb lecture – an amazing story of determination and endurance, told with real passion and illustrated with a beautiful series of photographs. Every pupil who I have spoken to in the last week has said he/she thoroughly enjoyed the talk
Roger Keeley, Bradfield College
Peter has a natural ability to connect with his audience. A definite keeper on the Sixth Form speaker circuit in my opinion.
James Bown, Merchant Taylors’ School
Truly inspirational. Both the staff and Sixth Form were capitvated from start to finish. I thoroughly recommend him as a speaker for any audience of any age group
Colin Sedgewick, Head of Sixth Form: Nottingham Boys High School
An enthralling narrative which appealed to pupils from a wide range of A-level disciplines: an elegant synthesis of Geography and History; of cultural studies and comparative religion; and enlivened throughout by some beautiful photographic imagery
Gordon Catherwood, Highgate School
He speaks effortlessly and evokes a feeling in his audiences that inspire them to undertake their own life changing expeditions’.
Kate Foster, Geography dpt, Royal Holloway University of London
He skilfully managed his talks to a diverse age range of students, all of whom were totally engaged, enthralled and inspired by his stories and wonderful pictures from around the world.
Peter Lawrence, Sotogrande International School, Spain
Peter had 200 Sixth Formers entirely engaged for a full hour over lunch on the last day of term – a remarkable achievement indeed.
Richard Salmon, Canford School