All meetings in the Autumn programme will be held on Zoom. information about how to access and use Zoom features is available on the Zoom Support page.
The room will open at 7.30 for an 8pm start. The link will be sent out to members in advance of the meetings.
Visitors are welcome to attend and can do so by contacting Linda Murphy (email@example.com) in advance of the meeting they would like to join.
Upcoming meetings are as follows:
17th – Members Evening – “Gardening for wildlife” – A members evening led by Julie Lane.
There must be many keen gardeners in the Society and the majority of us will already garden with wildlife in mind. The aim of this evening is to share our knowledge, learn from each other and generally inspire us all to get our wellies on and put some of these ideas into practise during lockdown so that come the Spring our gardens will be even better havens for our beleaguered wildlife.
Topics covered will be ponds and other water features, meadows and flowery lawns, diversity and design in the garden and providing for wildlife all year round.
For those who can’t make it on Tuesday there will be a post on the Society News section of our Website containing a summary of the knowledge shared and the tips we have covered.
24th – Dr Phil Wheeler “Treezilla – the Monster Map of Trees!” A talk held over from Spring 2020.
1st – MKNHS Quiz. Ann and Mark Strutton will do their best to tax our brains via Zoom!
8th – Members Evening – focus tbc
15th – Virtual Xmas Party