Event Diary

 

 

To view a map giving the location of the meeting point, click once on the grid  reference,

Should you require a Post Code for the start location, to programme into a satnav, look at the bottom of the map and click where it states “Click here to convert coordinates” this will show you the closest post code

 

 

Please note, all our tasks and events are open to non-members unless it specifically states otherwise, although we do ask that anyone who tries our weekly tasks and decides to become a “regular” joins the Society

                                               

 

Tue-29-May 10.00 am Elm Farm. Organic Research Centre, Kintbury.SU414 654.

Ongoing maintenance at the Organic Research Centre. Parking on opposite side of the road from the main building in track leading to barns.

 

Wed- 30-May 7:00pm for 7:30pm start, Society AGM. Bucklebury Memorial Hall Oak Room

 

Tue-5-Jun 10.00 am Leyfield Meadow, Ashampstead Common SU 576 751

Meadow management and bracken bashing. Meet at The Cottage, Ashampstead Common

                                               

Tue-12-Jun 10.00 am Grimsbury Castle, Hermitage SU511 723.

Clearing invasive rhododendron from this ancient hill fort. Parking near the Estate house at the castle - by the interpretation board.

                                               

Tue-19-Jun 10.00 am Grimsbury Castle, Hermitage SU511 723.

Clearing invasive rhododendron from this ancient hill fort. Parking near the Estate house at the castle - by the interpretation board.

 

Wed-20-Jun 8.30pm - 10.00pm  Bucklebury Common – Nightjars and glow worms at dusk SU 550 688 Tim Culley leads an evening walk looking at heathland restoration and some of the specialized wildlife associated with this habitat. Meet at Angel's Corner, by the Scout Hut on Bucklebury Common at 8.30pm.  Grid ref: SU 550 688.

                                              

Tue-26-Jun 10.00 am Kings Copse Bradfield Southend. SU 579 707

Bracken bashing on this SSSI. Park opposite the bungalow just before King’s Copse House. Accessed via Jennets Hill                                               

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