Wildlife Trust BCN talks programme

Post date: 
23 Oct 2019 - 15:45
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We organise monthly events that are open to everyone.

From January to April and September to November, we hold talks 
which start at 6:45 p.m., finishing by 8:45 p.m. Invited speakers cover
a wide range of natural history topics and light refreshments (tea,
coffee, fruit juice and biscuits) are served after the talk. They take
place in the Large Seminar Room at the David Attenborough Building (CB2
3QZ) in central Cambridge. There's a small charge of £2.50, which covers
expenses, with the surplus going to the Wildlife Trust to support their
work. During the summer we also orgainse walks, which are usually on
local nature reserves. Regular events include enjoying chalk grassland
flowers in East Pit or along the Roman Road, surveying for glow-worms in
East Pit – one of their local strongholds, and bat walks.