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Rhys Fagan

Writing Disability: Shifting the Lens

Theatre and screen writer/director, Vici Wreford-Sinnot, will be in conversation with MPhil student, Molli Carlson, to reflect on her theatrical and digital screen work and why she feels so passionately about the representation of disabled people.

Butchers Broom, Cherry Hinton Park (CNHS New Year's Day Plant Hunt 2019)

Cambridge Natural History Society New Year's Day Plant Hunt

Wed 1 January 2020

Coton Countryside Reserve

A civilised start to the year: blow away the New Year cobwebs, learn more about your local area and hone your ID skills! We'll be exploring Coton Countryside Reserve, looking for plants in flower as part of the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland New Year Plant Hunt (see https://bsbi.org/new-year-plant-hunt). All welcome.

PLEASE NOTE: Details are subject to change at short notice - please check our website for latest information at www.cnhs.org.uk where you can also join the Society to keep up with our activities.

Cambridge Natural History Society was founded in 1857 and is open to everyone interested in any aspect of natural history: astronomy, birds or botany, entomology, mammals or meteorology, palaeontology, plants or whatever else you like. As well as field studies, we have talks, social events and an annual exhibition, our Conversazione or NatHistFest. Our patron is Dafila Scott and we are also proud to have numbered Sir David Attenborough among our members.

Join us to meet local experts and others who share your passion for the natural world. Membership is just £6 a year (£5 by standing order), £14 for three years, £100 for life membership. Join at any meeting or see www.cnhs.org.uk for more information.

Cost: Free of charge (donations welcome!)

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Website Email: events@cnhs.org.uk


All times

Wed 1 January 2020 11:00AM - 3:00PM


Address: Coton Countryside Reserve
CB23 7PZ