Founded 1891 - Registered Charity Number 510783
The field club studies all aspects of natural history including plants, insects, mammals, birds and geology.
Its weekly summer outings are for observation and recording, as well as for general enjoyment of the countryside and are reported at regular indoor meetings. Please see Summer Programme for meeting venue and time.
From October to April, indoor meetings, with talks by visiting speakers, are held at the Sixth Form College almost every Monday evening. Meetings commence at 7.30pm and finish at approx. 9.00pm.
The aim of the club is not only to study and record all aspects of natural history but also to encourage those new to natural history to learn as much or as little as they wish too without feeling their lack of knowledge will be an embarressment. We have members who are expert in one or two fields who are willing to advise and teach any who wish to learn about a particular subject. The majority of our members are not experts and are members simply to enjoy nature, countryside walks in the summer and the interesting and varied talks in the winter.
If you have the slightest interest in natural history then this is the club to join. We are quite friendly and you will be made most welcome at any of our indoor or outdoor meetings.
Visitors are welcome to all club events. For further details please don't hesitate to Contact us.
Ordinary Membership: £16.00
Full-time Student Membership: £1.00
Requests for information and reports of sightings.
If you have any questions regarding natural history or wish to report any sighting please contact us by using email page in the
"Contact " section of the web site.
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