‘Allie’ Film Screening @Wilf’s Cafe, Staveley

Wilf's Cafe (since 1997)
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Join Wilf’s Cafe as they screen Toby Lowe’s ‘Allie’

A film about Allie’s first Arc of Attrition attempt. Q&A afterwards with Allie & Andy Berry.

Meet Allie Bailey, an ultrarunner, coach, speaker, and podcaster known for her incredible feats in extreme locations worldwide.

She’s conquered frozen lakes, deserts, and gruelling endurance challenges, including running the length of the Panama Canal and completing a 1,000-mile off-road route from Land’s End to John o’Groats. Despite battling depression and alcoholism, Allie has finished over 200 marathons and ultramarathons.

Running became a crucial part of her recovery journey, although it also posed challenges along the way. After a major mental health crisis in 2021, Allie confronted her alcoholism and embarked on a new path.

Named one of the UK’s most inspiring female adventurers, she now coaches runners and endurance athletes, empowering them to reach their goals.

Join Allie at the Forge Store for a book signing of her memoir, “There is No Wall,” followed by an interview conducted by ultrarunner Andy Berry and a screening of Toby Lowe‘s film, ‘Allie,’ which documents her journey, including her attempts at the Arc of Attrition race.

Wilf's Cafe (since 1997)

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