1 July 2021
Alice Hunter Morrison, arabist, writer and TV presenter, will talk with Jacki Hill-Murphy about her successful BBC series Morocco to Timbuktu: An Arabian Adventure - destination which she reached by travelling along Africa’s infamous salt road via the Sahara Desert.
This event has been organised by the West of England and South Wales committee and is a joint event with the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution.
Featured image: Alice Hunter Morrison
[Online] This talk will explore some of the most common types of maps found in county archives, which provide insights into the history of local communities.
25 May 2021
[Online] An insight into the research and activities of the Mersey Gateway Environmental Trust, focusing on the unique habitat and wildlife of the estuary.
9 June 2021
[Online] Carl Chapman, the founder of Wildlife Tours and Education will talk about penguins, albatross and whales, drawing from his wealth of experience in ecotourism and natural history tours.
Join us in the historic town of Chichester for an evening of short presentations on geography-related topics and personal journeys, hosted by the Society's South committee (subject to live events being possible).
16 June 2021
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