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September 2016

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Autumn Newsletter Sept 2016

Autumn Newsletter Sept 2016

(NB The newsletter was completed before the latest change to the room for the October Evening meeting, see the News item below).
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Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Change of Room for the Evening Meetings September - December REVISED 13/09/16

Change of Room for the Evening Meetings September - December REVISED 13/09/16

Please note all Evening meetings for September - December are in Fountains Lecture Theatre, St. Johns College, rather than Temple Hall,EXECPT FOR OCTOBER'S MEETING WHICH NOW WILL BE IN THE DE GREY LECTURE THEATRE LECTURE due to REPEATED changes by the college.

Afternoon meetings are now in Clements Hall, Nunthorpe Rd, York, which will also be our Evening Meeting venue from January 2017 onwards.
If you need a map click Download file.. The Fountains Building is no. 15 AND THE DE GREY BUILDING IS NO 8

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Friday, 2 September 2016

Adult black-tailed godwit in summer plummage, at the RSPB Snettisham nature reserve, Norfolk

Afternoon Meetings Announced

The Afternoon Meetings will include an informal talk given by Local Group members. There will be refreshments available and time to socialise. Both meetings will be held in Clements Hall, our new venue and will run from 2.30 to 4.30. Please note there is no parking at the Hall (parking at the nearby school will be available for the evening meetings starting Jan 2017, but isn't available in the afternoon). Nunnery Lane is the nearest public carpark. More details about Clements Hall on the link below. If you are using sat nav to find the hall, the post code for the front entrance is YO23 1BS.

On the 25th October, Barry Bishop will be giving a talk entitled: "Freiston Shore and Frampton Marsh: Gems on the Wash".
On the 6th December, Peter Reed is speaking about Strensall Common