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The campaign to protect rural England in Oxfordshire - Professor Richard Harding

[In-person] Professor Richard Harding will discuss how we might balance the competing demands of population growth, achieving a net zero carbon economy, and the preservation of the countryside of Oxfordshire.

Nottingham city walk

[In-person] Join the Midlands committee for a two mile walk around Nottingham. The route will include Forest Recreation Ground, Boer War Memorial, the Arboretum, and the tunnel (one of the city’s hidden gems).

Adventure in the Andes: the life cycle biodiversity bike ride - Kate Rawles

[In-person] Kate Rawles cycled the length of South America following the spine of the Andes on Woody, a bamboo bike she built herself. The aim was to explore and champion biodiversity - what it is, why it matters, what’s happening to it and above all, what can be done to protect it.


East Leake: lanes, trails and a wood

[In-person] Join the Midlands committee for a seven mile circular walk around East Leake. The duration of the walk is around 3.5 hours and there will be a picnic lunch. There is an option at the end of the walk to take refreshment at one of the cafes in East Leake.