Suffolk Wildlife Trust is Suffolk’s nature charity – the only organisation wholly dedicated to safeguarding Suffolk’s wildlife and countryside.
The Blyth Valley and Southwold Wildlife Group of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust meet at Southwold Arts Centre.
All are welcome to attend.
Admission £4 and includes refreshment. Under 25's are free.
Assistance dogs only.
All are welcome, don't have to be a SWT member to attend.
The meeting dates and topics for 2023/24 @ 7:30pm are as follows:
14/09/23 Saffron Summerfield talking about ‘When Birds Sing’. Saffron Summerfield, a musician, composer and bird song recordist will explore how, why and when a bird sings. Bird song has inspired many classical composers and can affect our wellbeing – it is a fascinating topic.
12/10/23 Talk by Kate Osborne of Beach Bonkers titled 'Suffolk Shingle: Tales of Treasure & Trash'. No visuals for this talk, but Kate will have a table full of objects to examine.
09/11/23 ‘The Broads and it’s Wildlife’. An illustrated talk by local naturalist and wildlife photographer Tony Brown. The Broads are flooded ancient peat diggings that provide excellent habitats for wildlife in Norfolk and Suffolk.
11/01/24 An illustrated talk on the 'Work of World Land Trust'. World Land Trust is an international conservation charity that protects the world’s most biologically significant and threatened habitats.
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