Winter / Spring 2006

 

Friday 17th February 2006

OTTERS AND WATER VOLES IN EAST YORKSHIRE

A talk with slides on these interesting creatures by Jon Traill.

 

Sunday 19th February 2006

SNOWDROPS AT LONDESBOROUGH PARK

Meet at 11am at the Reading / Tea Room opp the Church in Londesborough. At 11.30 walk round the Wilderness looking at Snowdrops. Returning to the Reading Room for 'Home Baked' refreshments, (proceeds to the Church) around 12.30pm. Go...North from Market Weighton along Londesborough Rd. Straight on at roundabout. Right at the T junction. Right into Village. GRef 868455. Cost 2 & 1 Conc..

There are quality Snowdrops for sale but these must be pre-ordered. Further details contact Peter on 01482 641195

 

Sunday 5th March 2006 - WOOD WORKING PARTY

The First Working Party of the year. The wood is yours and does need your care and attention, starting at 10am and finishing at 12 noon. Note the time change !!

 

Friday 17th March 2006

IT'S ONLY WATER !

An illustrated talk by Sarah Lund. This promises to be a very interesting meeting.

 

Sunday 2nd April 2006 - WOOD WORKING PARTY

Another working stint for a couple of hours again starting at 10am and finishing at 12 noon.

 

Sunday 9th April 2006

BRANTINGHAM DALE TIDY UP.

10.30am to 12.30pm. Our Annual clean up of our rights of way. GRef 944304.

We shall meet in one of the Lay Byes at the side of Brantingham Dale Road.

 

Friday 5th May 2006

MOUNTAINS AND THEIR FLOWERS.

A talk with slides by Michael Chandler, a well known local traveller,

and of course preceded by the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY.

 

Friday 23rd June 2006

OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY GRAND PIE AND PEA SUPPER.

The cost will be 5.00 per person and there will be vegetarian alternatives offered. Bring an item for the Grand Auction and we hope to have a Folk Singing interlude. This should be fun so book and pay early as there will be a numbers limit on this special occasion.

 

Sunday 16th July 2006

SOCIETY TRIP TO HORNSEA MUSEUM

This Museum at 11 Newbegin Hornsea is well worth a visit and more so because as a party we get a conducted tour/ interpretative experience and drinks thrown in. There are picnic tables so bring along your sandwiches. We shall gather at around 12.30pm and the Tour which costs 2.50 will start after lunch.

 

 

And more... It is proposed..

A Mothing at North Cave Wetlands next August

followed by a Fungus Foray at Normanby Park over the River in September,