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Woodland meetings by Division

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Hover over the part of the country you would like to look at with your cursor, then click. 

This will display the meetings taking place, where and when in the selected Division.

 

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Contact the local RFS Secretary (as indicated on the EVENT CALENDAR) for further information.

If you enjoy the day, we hope you will decide to JOIN the RFS and come back for more.

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East Anglia
18
May
  • Venue: Raydon Great Wood (Raydon, Suffolk)
  • Host: James Buckle

From conifer to broadleaf on ancient woodland

For further information, please contact the Local Honorary Secretary: Edward Fitzlan Howard

(events@rfs.org.uk)

22
Jun
  • am Venue: East Wood (Sheringham, Norfolk)
  • Host: Trustees of John Ashtons Children's Settlement

Mixed aged and mixed species on the Cromer coastal ridge

  • pm Venue: Sheringham Park (Sheringham, Norfolk)
  • Host: National Trust

Mixed woods in historic Repton landscape

For further information, please contact the Local Honorary Secretary: Edward Fitzlan Howard

(events@rfs.org.uk)

12
Jun

Evening Meeting

  • Venue: Viking Nurseries (Norwich, Norfolk)

20 acres of “growing on” of plants and trees from glass house to field.

Followed by supper at The Norfolk Lurcher, Colton (Price tbc)

(Limited to max attendance of 40)

For further information, please contact the Local Honorary Secretary: Edward Fitzlan Howard

(events@rfs.org.uk)

5
Oct
  • Venue: Hoveton (Norfolk)
  • Host: Sir John Blofeld

AGM at 2pm

The use of alder poles for piling in the restoration of Hoveton Great Broad.

New Plantations - varying techniques of advanced silviculture and weed control.

Berwilderwood - The negative impacts on woodland from a hightly successful diversification business.

For further information, please contact the Local Honorary Secretary: Edward Fitzlan Howard

(events@rfs.org.uk)