Events

WINTER PROGRAMME 2018-19

All lectures will be held at Shropshire Wildlife Trust Headquarters, 193 Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury SY2 6AH and will commence at 7.30pm.  Lectures are preceded by tea, coffee and biscuits.  Free evening parking is currently available in the adjacent Abbey Foregate car park.. Guests are welcome to join any of the lectures - tickets £5 at the door.

Please contact: Kathryn Herbert, Programme Co-ordinator: 01743 236127 or email a.herbert@bham.ac.uk in the event of any queries.

To see a list of recent events and lectures please click here

 

‘Over the Border into Herefordshire’

‘Over the Border into Herefordshire’ – exploring the newly restored Picturesque landscape at Croft Castle NT Imogen Sambrook, Project Manager, The National Trust

From: 17th January 2019

To: 17th January 2019

Start Time: 7:30 PM

‘Over the Border into Herefordshire’

‘The History, Development and Ecology of Deer Parks’

‘The History, Development and Ecology of Deer Parks’ – a look at their creation, management, economics, and longevity in designed landscapes Ian Rotherham

From: 21st February 2019

To: 21st February 2019

Start Time: 7:30 PM

‘The History, Development and Ecology of Deer Parks’

AGM followed by ‘Care in the Countryside’

6.30pm AGM to be followed by refreshments and lecture at 7.30pm ‘Care in the Countryside’ – the theory and practice of the therapeutic landscapes around hospitals, sanitoria and open-air schools Dr Clare Hickman

From: 21st March 2019

To: 21st March 2019

Start Time: 6:30 PM

AGM followed by ‘Care in the Countryside’

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