As you can imagine, we will have to transform our events this month into something appropriate to the new government regulations. However, this doesn't mean we are cancelling them!
For our Autumn leaves and fungi walk, we are transforming it into a self-guided walk. If you can, get into Grovely Wood by yourself one day as part of your daily time out for exercise:
- take lots of pictures of fungi and share them with us afterwards!
- take also lots of different fallen leaves and make a collage with them at home (how to?: https://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Leaf-Collage) and then send us your pictures!
Deadline to send us your pictures: by the 30th of November. For more information about where to go and what to photograph, please see attachments.
If you are going to Grovely Wood, the arrows in the map suggest where to park, from where you start on a circular walk of your choice (you can see lots of tracks in the more detailed map). If you don't know how to get there, the arrows are located at:
OS X (Eastings) 400775
OS Y (Northings) 134755
Nearest Post Code SP3 5EU
Lat (WGS84) N51:06:44 (51.112088)
Long (WGS84) W1:59:25 (-1.990307)
Nat Grid SU007347 / SU0077534755
Mapcode GBR 2XY.7LQ
You don't need to go to Grovely Wood to participate, pictures from another woodland local to you are also accepted!
As always, contact Ines at email@example.com if you need help.
Page header design by Izzy Fry.
Young TNHS is for under-21s and membership is free. To join and to register for events, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Young TNHS is an historic development for the Society: Inés Lopez-Doriga, who last year gave a talk on The Archaeology of Plants, has now joined the Committee to lead the new group. And it is a huge bonus to us that she has been joined by Izzy Fry, whose blog is a riot of colourful photos of local wildlife.
Izzy has explained in the August Focus how she found us and what she and Inés are planning following the inaugural moth idenfiication meeting, to which over 30 people turned up.