Rural Heritage Society


followed very quickly by an illustrated talk

‘The changing landscapes and wildlife of the Chilterns’
by John Tyler

Wednesday 20th July in the Village Hall

7.15 for 7.30pm for the AGM

the talk starts at 8.00pm

Wine and refreshments will be served as usual

John Tyler has always been fascinated by wildlife. Having studied Zoology and Conservation at university, he worked with the Ecological Parks Trust (now the Trust for Urban Ecology), creating and managing urban nature reserves so that children could learn about nature at first hand.

After a four year stint in London he spent the next 22 years as the Warden of the Sevenoaks Reserve in Kent, a string of flooded gravel pit lakes fringed by woodland and managed by a small independent charity.

Today he helps as a volunteer on some of the local reserves managed by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust and to indulge his interest in woodcarving and coracle-making.

It is a lovely talk - don’t miss it. Admission is free and everyone is welcome whether you’re a member or not


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