March 19  RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL  DISCOVERIES IN THE NORTH PENNINES  – PAUL FRODSHAMA

As the Historic Environment Officer for the North Pennines AONB Partnership, Paul led the “Altogether Archaeology” project which ran from 2010 to 2015, involving nearly 600 volunteers.As well as an overview of recent work, Paul will lead a more detailed discussion of a couple of particularly interesting projects.

MARCH 26   SHORT TALKS BY MEMBERS

  1.  “One hot summer evening….”  Fal Sarker

  2.  Nosterfield – Elizabeth Elliott

  3.  Oak Galls – Jill Cunningham

Many thanks to Fal, Elizabeth and Jill for volunteering

 

APRIL 2   – EASTER –  NO MEETING

APRIL 9  – EASTER –   NO MEETING

APRIL 16   GARDENING FOR WILDLIFE.  Our speaker, John Grundy, works for Durham Wildlife Trust and is currently the Revealing Reptiles Project Officer.

APRIL 23 – THE MAGIC OF THE 7th CONTINENT & THE SOUTHERN OCEAN.  Club member Fal Sarker will give a presentation on her recent voyage to Antarctica.

APRIL 30 – PRESIDENT’S EVENING.  Jill Cunningham’s subject will be “Bugs and Buzzers” – insect life in her North East garden.

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