2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of Milton Keynes Natural History Society.
To celebrate this special occasion, the Society is delighted to present a talk by
Patrick Barkham on the subject of Islanders: an exploration of some of Britain’s smaller islands
|When:||Tuesday 27th March 2018 at 7:30pm|
|Where:||Chrysalis Theatre, Japonica Lane, Willen Park South, Milton Keynes. MK15 9JY|
|Parking:||There are about 70 parking spaces outside The Chrysalis Theatre so most people should be able to park here. Otherwise, please park at the Peace Pagoda car park, opposite Camp Hill off the V10. Note that parking charges will not apply on the evening. It is a short walk from this car park over a bridge to the venue, and parking marshalls will direct you. Can we also ask members to car share on the evening to reduce the number of cars on site|
|Tickets:||£5 (Society members and under 18s free)|
Patrick Barkham is a well-known natural history author and writer for The Guardian. His books include “The Butterfly Isles” and “Badgerlands”. Recently he has published “Islander: a journey around our archipelago”, an exploration of eleven of the smaller islands of Britain which will be the focus for his talk.
Do join us for this special evening!