Fifty four of us enjoyed last nights talk by Phil Gilbank which was a fascinating insight into the potential history that may be buried below us.
I have visited change.org and signed the petition to help the local history group, www.pocklingtonhistory.com create a heritage centre in Pocklington so that many of the items recovered may be displayed in the area, rather than being archived in the British museum. I hope many more of you will do the same.
It’s been reported that the new bulletin has confused some members about where the quiz night will be this year.
Our quiz night this year will be in Welton Memorial Hall. Next year we will have all our indoor meetings in Brantingham Village Hall.
I hope this clears up any confusion.
There are some fungi to the right of the Wood Entrance that are new to us. These are lepiota rhacoides . They are said to be edible but may give some folk an upset tummy !
On an old log that forms a path edging are these dead mans fingers (xylaria polymorpha)
These that are growing on the fallen beech stump look like the children of dead man’s fingers and are Xylaria hypoxylon, the candlesnuff fungus.
Because Welton Memorial Hall will not be available for us next year the committee has been trying to locate another suitable venue for our meetings. Such places are hard to find but Brantingham Village Hall is big enough and crucially, is available so that’s where we’ll be next year. We will once again be meeting on a Friday evening which may suit some members better. Look out for dates of the 2019 meetings in the new bulletin which members will receive before Christmas. If you go into the village from the Triton Inn, after about 100 yards you’ll find the hall behind the hedge on your left.