Sidcup Natural History Society - 2015 Indoor Meetings Programme 
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Meetings | Indoor Programme
Welcome to our current Indoor Meetings programme.

Hopefully, you'll find plenty of interesting talks.  The Sidcup Natural History Society meets monthly, 7-40pm, at the Hurst Community Centre.  Full details and related information comprise our Indoor Meetings and venue details pages.  All are welcome to come along, members and non-members alike.

Please note there is a small Admission Charge for each evening.
(For interest, sample previous programmes may be found among our Downloadable pdf files, in our Library Area, and in our archives section)

2015 Programme-at-a-glance

Indoor Meetings

Field Trips

  • (Jan)Cliffe Pools RSPB Reserve
  • (Feb)Cliftonville, Margate
  • (Mar)Scadbury Park, Sidcup
  • (Apr)Foots Cray Meadows
  • (May)Mote Park & Marden Meadow
  • (Jun)Stodmarsh NNR
  • (Jul) Knole Park, Sevenoaks
  • (Aug)Brookland and Leybourne Lakes
  • (Sep) -
  • (Oct) -
  • (Nov) -
  • (Dec) -
Jan 16thMembers' Evening-
Our usual start-of-year social evening.  Bring along interesting materials, artefacts, objets d'art, etc. with a Natural History connection; suitable quizzes most welcome!
(the Community Centre being closed on Jan 2nd, and Jan 9th clashes with the Bexley RSPB evening...)
Feb 6stShort-haired Bumblebee ProjectNikki Gammans
Dr. Nikki Gammans visited us at the end of 2013 with a very interesting talk on the Short-haired Bumblee reintroduction project at Dungeness.  This month she returns with a recap of the story so far, including 2014 updates.
LINKS:2013 programme  2013 journal  - opens a new Window or Tab
Mar 6st"Wild Life of Guyana"Glenda Law
A look at more exotic nature in warmer climes...
Apr 17th"There's an Old Mill"Chris Cook
An illustrated talk.  Chris will be exploring the history and natural history of Clodock Mill, a watermill on the Welsh borders.
(this time, on account of Community Centre bookings at Easter...!)