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Programme for 2018

Most of our meetings are open to all and free to members.  Some meetings may require booking and visitors will normally be asked for a contribution.

Next Meeting:

Friday 26th January 2018, 8pm, Watlington Town Hall - Annual General Meeting, including a short talk updating us on the work of the Earth Trust including their River of Life project

Our 2018 programme begins with our Annual General Meeting to its usual format: a small amount of formal business, a review of last year and a preview of this, an outside speaker, then a chat and refreshments.

Our talk will be from Jenny Creese, joint Head of Communications and Engagement at the Earth Trust. She will be bringing us up to date with all that is happening at this Little Wittenham-based organisation, including their visionary River of Life project, which aims to transform 2km of Thames riverside habitat into a wildlife haven.

Adults £2.50, children £1, free to WEG members. Join for the whole of 2018 for just £7.50.

2018 programme

Date

Venue

Title

Presenter 

Friday 26th January - 8pmWatlington Town Hall Annual General Meeting, including a talk about the Earth Trust

Jenny Creese

Friday 23rd February 8pm
Watlington Town HallEarthworms: the world's most important organisms?

Dan Carpenter

Saturday 31st March - time tbctbcShort local walk to see spring flowers

tbc

Friday 27th April - 8pmWatlington Town Hall
Creating clean water ponds for freshwater wildlife

Pascale Nicolet

Friday 25th or Saturday 26th May
tbc


Saturday 30th June - 2pmBBOWT Yoesden reserve
Visit

BBOWT guide


Friday 27th July - time tbc


Aston Rowant Nature Reserve

Glowworm walk

 Robin Scagell

Friday 31st or Saturday 25th August



tbc




Friday 28th or Saturday 29th September




tbc




Friday 26 or Saturday 27th October



tbc





Friday 30th or Saturday 24th November

 


 

tbc

 


 

 December

  

No meeting

 

Plans are well advanced to fill the gaps, including talks on incorporating biodiversity in development, and the new Chilterns Hillforts Project, and a visit to RSPB Otmoor.