'Nature of Wyre' with Rosemary Winnall
The Wyre Forest is the largest woodland nature reserve in England, spreading across 1455 hectares and is also one of the largest ancient oak woodlands in the country. With a number of different habitats, from dense woodland to open grassland meadows, old orchards, scrub and steep-sided valleys it is home to a huge range of wildlife.
Rosemary’s talk on Monday 8th January will be a celebration of this special ancient woodland, where she has lived and worked for 40years. Rosemary is a general naturalist with an interest in biological recording and wildlife photography and in the 2015 New Year’s Honours List she was awarded the MBE for her “services to the natural environment.”
Rosemary’s talk starts at 7.45pm with the hall open from 7.15pm
Please come and join us - non-members £3 per person to include tea/coffee and biscuits or become a member and enjoy membership benefits.