A series of Wildlife Talks are set to start in January hosted on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Annex, St Lawrence Church. The talks will cover a range of subjects and will be suitable for all ages and open to all.
There will be a charge of £4 per talk with proceeds after running costs going to the speaker’s charity. Hopefully, further donations will be made through a regular raffle and other fundraising activities.
All talks will start at 8pm with doors opening at 7.30. Numbers are restricted so it will be best to book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. This can be done by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org prior to each event.
25th January – The Magic of the Birds in your Garden – An illustrated talk given by Graham Mee coinciding with the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch which is happening the next weekend. Sold Out
28th February – Adventures of Lady Grace – A talk given by Stacey Belbin of Lady Grace Boat Trips. Stacey skippers boat trips out of West Mersea and will be speaking about her experiences and her love of wildlife and photography. Cancelled due to weather
28th March – The Work of the Woodland Trust – Sally Helper from the Woodland Trust will speak about the state of our woodlands today and will cover ancient woodlands, local woods, their impact on wildlife and the work done to protect our trees.
More talks are in the pipeline for later in the year with subjects including Bats, Moths and the Little Tern monitoring scheme.
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