Setting up the next The Waterberg Trust Challenge Ride
Exhibiting her artwork in aid of charity
At Araminta Blue’s exhibition in London
Raising funds for The Waterberg Trust
Sophie Neville at Pin Mill on the Orwell in Suffok for a Reading of ‘We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea’ with Griff Rhys Jones, Libby Purves, Francis Wheen, Julia Jones and Christina Hardyment.
At a Marathon Reading on Coniston Water joining Hannah Jayne Thorp, Matt Addis, Alison Tordoff and the children of Cumbria to read ‘Swallows and Amazons’ from beginning to end.
Sailing in the Netherlands
Opening the Arthur Ransome Jamboree at Pin Mill
Worcestershire Archery Ladies Champion
At The Nevillery
In Scotland for the IAGM of The Arthur Ransome Society
In the desert
Learning about owls
Preparing for archery tournaments while in the Gulf
We have lots of charitable projects on the go
Fundraising for Hampshire Air Ambulance
Riding through Tanzania
riding through Georgia in the former Soviet Union
Filming in the Western Isles with Ged Yeates
Sophie Neville launching an appeal for Medecine San Frontieres
Sophie Neville rowing in the Magna Carta Flotilla 14th June 2015
on the River Thames
Sophie Neville on the Norfolk Broads
Re-living ‘Coot Club’ on the River Bure
Riding along the coast of Mozambique
Sophie Neville in South Africa
leading the Waterberg Charity Ride
Filming with our tame otters in Scotland
and in Gloucestershire
Sophie Neville at Hastings Pirate Day
Riding in Africa
through Uruguay in South America
Giving a talk to raise funds for Comic Relief
Sailing the Severn Seas
Sailing with Peter Duck (my father) in the Caribbean
~ Posting letters ~
~ At Camp Davidson with Horizon Horseback Safaris in the Waterberg ~
Where was I on Easter Day?
Easter Day 1999 and I was totally unaware that my dress was the same colour as the pool.
Can you guess the species of creature I am holding? We weren’t sure and had to ask our vet for verification. The clue is that I was in South Africa, yet we have the same wild animals here in Scotland. An island was called after one.
I was giving a talk in the ballroom at the Norfolk Arms Hotel in Arundel. Very smart. I thought I ought to wear a dress. This was a mistake. I merged, almost entirely, with the long brocade curtains and the cover on the grand piano.
and I’ve done it again –
turned up at a talk wearing clothes that merged with the curtains