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Date
22.06.21
Start time
19:15
End time
20:15
Online (Zoom)
Kent, Surrey, Sussex branch

A virtual talk focussing on chalk grassland and the threats to this rare environment


The work of the Downlands Trust will be described and also that of the Downlands Partnership, which is responsible for much of the conservation work in the Trust's area of operation. The flora and butterflies of chalk grassland will be described and illustrated.


Speaker

Peter Wakeham is Chairman of the Downlands Trust, a registered charity that raises funds for countryside conservation work across north east Surrey and adjoining parts of south London. A keen botanist, he is secretary of the Surrey Botanical Society and has been recording the flora of Surrey for many years. Peter is a member of the Open Spaces Advisory Group that oversees the development of the Woodland Trust's Millennium Wood at Langley Vale and is a conservation volunteer with the Surrey Wildlife Trust.

Cost and booking

This event is free to attend and open to all. Advance registration is essential through the link at the top of the page.

Contact

For specific event queries, please contact the branch secretary, Dafydd Lewis at dafydd@triban.net
For booking or website queries, please contact Beth Morgan at regions@rsb.org.uk or on 020 3925 3444.