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"You can't clear scrub and get chalk grassland unless ...." Forty years experience on the Devil's Ditch

All welcome Members free Non-members £3

UserPeter Grubb, Emeritus Professor of Investigative Plant Ecology at the University of Cambridge.

HouseSix Bells Public House, Fulbourn High Street, CB21 5DH.

ClockWednesday 12 March 2014, 19:30-22:00

The Staffordshire Treasure

tickets cost £10, to include a glass of wine

UserDr Kevin Leahy, National Finds Adviser for early mediaeval metalwork.

HousePerse Upper School, Hills Road, Cambridge.

ClockThursday 14 April 2011, 19:00-22:00

How are the Water Voles doing?

UserRuth Hawksley, Water for Wildlife Officer with the Wildlife Trust.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 30 March 2011, 19:30-22:00

How are the Water Voles doing?

UserRuth Hawksley, Water for Wildlife Officer with the Wildlife Trust.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 30 March 2011, 19:30-22:00

How are the Water Voles doing?

UserRuth Hawksley, Water for Wildlife Officer with the Wildlife Trust.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 30 March 2011, 19:30-22:00

How are the Water Voles doing?

UserRuth Hawksley, Water for Wildlife Officer with the Wildlife Trust.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 30 March 2011, 19:30-22:00

The Conservation of Chalk Grassland Flora - orchids and butterflies

UserDr Peter Carey, CU Plant Sciences Department.

HouseSix Bells Public House, Fulbourn High Street..

ClockWednesday 09 March 2011, 19:30-22:00

Ecuador, birds, bugs and butterflies

UserAnn and Phil Farrer.

HouseUniversity Chemical Labs, Lensfield Road,.

ClockWednesday 19 May 2010, 19:00-20:00

Flowers of the Brecklands

UserTim Pankhurst, Breckland Officer for Plantlife.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton.

ClockWednesday 28 April 2010, 19:30-21:45

Wimpole Hall, Past and Present

UserSimon Damant, Head Ranger at Wimpole Hall, National Trust property.

HouseSix Bells Public House, Fulbourn High Street..

ClockThursday 22 April 2010, 19:30-21:45

Enchanted Galapagos

UserJean Burns, RSPB.

HouseUniversity Chemical Labs, Lensfield Road,.

ClockWednesday 21 April 2010, 20:00-21:30

Wildlife Gardening in a Landscape Garden

UserRichard Todd, Head Gardener at Anglesey Abbey.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton.

ClockWednesday 31 March 2010, 19:30-21:45

Wildllife Sounds and Sound Recording

UserWilliam Seale, Madingley Toad Rescue.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 27 January 2010, 19:30-21:45

Small Mammals in Cambridgeshire

UserSheila Pankhurst, Principal Lecturer in Animal Behaviour in the Zoology Department of Anglia Ruskin University.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton.

ClockWednesday 25 November 2009, 19:30-21:45

40 Years of the Hawk and Owl Trust: from the verge of extinction to the tower at Tate Modern

Also, there will be short illustrated talks on the education, research and conservation of the Hawk and Owl Trust

UserGuest speaker: Jefferey Boswall, Wildlife film maker at the BBC Natural History Unit and later for the RSPB.

HouseCripps Court, Magdalene College, Cambridge.

ClockSunday 20 September 2009, 12:00-14:30

Wild flower seeds for Gardens, and for Landscape and Conservation projects

These talks are run by the Cambridge City Group of the Wildlife Trust

UserRichard Brown, who with Mark Schofield, set up Emorsgate Wild Seeds..

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 29 April 2009, 19:30-21:45

Saving Ely's Wildspace

This talk follows the AGM of the Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke. Members free. Non-members £2.50

UserProfessor of Conservation Biology at the Zoology Department, C.U..

HouseCambridge Masonic Hall, Bateman Street, opposite the former entrance to the Botanic Garden.

ClockThursday 23 April 2009, 19:30-21:45

Long Strides for Wildlife: ten years of the Wildlife Trust

These talks are run by the Cambridge City Group of the Wildlife Trust

UserNicholas Hammond, Director of the Wildlife Trusts bcnp.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 25 March 2009, 19:30-21:45

Alternatives to Fossil Fuels

David MacKay is a wonderful speaker: lively, funny, wonderfully clear and easy to follow. Do not think that you cannot understand the problem, or that talks by professors of physics are not for you. Professors are not what they used to be!

UserDavid MacKay, Professor in the Department of Physics, CU.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 25 February 2009, 19:30-21:45

Kingfishers Bridge Project

These talks are run by the Cambridge City Group of the Wildlife Trust

UserRoger Beecroft, Wildlife Consultant, has worked on the project from 1995.

HouseSt John's Church Hall, Hills Road, opposite Homerton College.

ClockWednesday 28 January 2009, 19:30-21:45

The Great Fen Project

Wildlife Trust and Natural History Society members £2, non-members £3

UserChris Gerrard, Project Officer for the Great Fen Project.

HouseThe Gilmour Building , C U Botanic Garden. The entrance is via the drive next to 47 Bateman Street, St Mary's Sixth Form College, NOT through the main gate..

ClockThursday 24 April 2008, 19:30-21:45

Climate Change and Local Wildlife

This talk follows the AGM of the Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke. Members free. Non-members £2.50

UserBrian Eversham, Conservation Director of the Wildlife Trust for this area, a remarkable expert on invertebrates..

HouseThe Six Bells Public House, High Street, Fulbourn.

ClockThursday 10 April 2008, 19:30-21:45

Cambridge, Coprolite City

This talk is organised by the Cambridge City Group of the Wildlife Trust

UserDr Toby Carter, Lecturer in Zoology at Anglia Ruskin University and President of the Cambridge Natural History Society.

HouseThe Gilmour Building of the Botanic Garden. The entrance is via the drive next to 47 Bateman Street, St Mary's Sixth Form College, NOT through the main gate..

ClockThursday 27 March 2008, 19:30-21:30

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