7 September 2019
2.00pm - 4.30pm (lunch from 12.30pm)
Meet at Castle of Comfort, East Harptree, BS40 6DD
Les Davies takes us to Burrington Ham on the north side of the Mendip Hills to talk about the future management of this highly important landscape steeped in history with ancient earth works and bronze age field systems.
To book, contact John Hemsley on +44 (0)1761 221675 or by email.
Two talks, one on trawling for copepods on Lake Tanganyika and the other on teaching adventure on the shores of Lake Victoria. Optional supper.
4 September 2019
A day looking at old red sandstone and carboniferous geology.
6 October 2019
Why is the Irish border still a major issue for us all, British and Irish alike?
15 October 2019
Chaz discusses the beginning of his wildest journey and the mission to walk Africa's rivers in the battle against wildlife crime.
Photo credit: Charles Powell
20 November 2019
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