“In a Nutshell – a Future for Oxfordshire's Trees and Woodlands”
by Alistair Yeomans
Alistair is a founding member of the Sylva Foundation, a forestry charity based in Long Wittenham. He will talk about his current work with government, charities and businesses to develop a 25 year plan for Oxfordshire's trees and woodlands. It aims to make the best use of every woodland, copse and tree and keep the wildlife happy at the same time.
Venue: Sandhills School, Terrett Avenue, Oxford, OX3 8FN (just off the A40, opposite Thornhill Park and Ride).
Time & date: Thursday, 4 May 2017 at 7.45pm.
All welcome; entrance £3 (£2 for full time students), free to local group members and children.
More information on the local group website: www.rspb.org.uk/groups/oxford