We’re delighted that Brian Eversham, the CEO of the (Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Peterborough) Wildlife Trust is joining us again on 12th May 2012 to lead a guided walk around Stourbridge Common exploring the magical and frequently overlooked wildlife there. The walk will be followed by a talk to be held at the Cambridge Museum of Technology.
Brian gave us the most wonderful talk last Autumn and enthused a full hall of fascinated people with speak of woolly aphids, shield bugs and earwigs so we know that this talk will be superb and great fun as well.
There are only spaces available for 20 people so you will need to book your place if you’d like to come along – there is no charge but we need to stick to the limit with numbers to ensure that everyone can hear and see everything that Brian is talking about and showing us. To that end please reserve your place on the walk on our booking form at http://stourbridgecommonspringwalk.eventbrite.co.uk/.
The walk will start promptly at 11am and will end at 12.30 when he will give a talk. There will be an opportunity to purchase refreshments between the walk and the talk and to chat after the talk as well.
We look forward to seeing you there … and thanks must go to Brian for giving of his time for us in this wonderful way.