Britain’s hidden marine life
This is the first talk in the Cambridge Natural History Society's autumn programme is “Britain’s hidden marine life”. Francis Dipper, a marine biologist and author, will talk about the varied, beautiful and sometimes surprising marine creatures that can be found on and in our shores and shallow waters. Her book The Marine World: A Natural History of Ocean Life will be on sale.
The talk starts at 6:45 pm prompt, in the David Attenborough Building, CB2 3QZ. Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided from 6:15 pm.
All welcome - CNHS members £1.50, non-members £2.00, students 50p, members of ARU Wildlife Society, CU Nature Society and under 18 free.
Do come along (and we go to the pub afterwards).
There is no car parking on site.
For more details of the Society's activities, see www.cnhs.org.uk