Spring Lecture : “Why wild gardening is important” by Dr Kate Moore

Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/03/2023
7:00 pm - 9:15 pm

Location
Leicester Bowling Club


Following a short AGM, Kate Moore will speak on “Why wild gardening is important” .

Managing our gardens sympathetically for wildlife can make a positive difference to offset loss of our countryside and decline in biodiversity. In this talk Kate will describe how we can design our gardens with the needs of wildlife in mind.

Kate previously taught at the University of Leicester in Ecology and Wildlife Conservation and is an active volunteer with Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust.

The lecture will be followed by the usual tea/coffee and cake. Please let Elizabeth (0116 2705711)  know if you can bake a cake for this meeting.

All sensible Covid precautions will be observed.

Guests are welcome at a cost of £3.00

Annual General Meeting

Before the talk we will have a short AGM

1.    Apologies
2.    Chairman’s Report
3.    Treasurer’s Report
4.    Membership Secretary’s Report
5.    Education Report
6.    Events’ Secretary’s Report
7.    Research Group Report
8.    Election of Officers
9.    Any Other Business:

The Financial Report will be available at the AGM.