Incredibly funny and a great after dinner speakers Peter Slack shares his wonderfully whimsical observations on the ramblers that pass though his farmyard.
Peter Slack is a 3rd generation hill farmer in the beautiful Peak District National Park. Farming dairy cattle and sheep with the help of his wife Sylvia, children Matthew Lydia and Samuel. Not forgetting Border Collie Meg. It’s a typical family hill farm.
After joining the local young farmers club where he met Sylvia, Peter then went on to win several speaking competitions within the National Young Farmers Movement. His talent for making people laugh was immediately recognised and he was invited to be guest speaker at a local dinner.
From there Peter Slack’s speaking career was born.
Through word of mouth referrals and recommendations Peter has spoken to audiences from Stockton on Tess to Somerset, from village halls to The Great Hall at St John’s College Cambridge.
His speech is unusual as it’s suitable for all female, all male and mixed audiences alike. With sharp observational humour and an ability to paint word pictures that bring the countryside and its characters hilariously to life.
Peter has spoken to many luncheon clubs and Rotary Charter Dinners with other clients including Sheffield Law Society Annual Dinner, North Staffs RICS Annual Dinner and The British Equestrian Federation World Class Performers Dinner. He was also engaged by Tarmac to be guest speaker at a celebratory luncheon where HRH The Princess Royal was to officially open a new £150 million cement plant.
I’M NOT LOST, I’M JUST NOT SURE WHERE I AM
Peter’s humorous, interesting and true observations of visitors to the countryside and their interaction with hill farmers.