Redditch

Exploring science group

Group Leader: Doug Richards

We are a Science group, meeting once a month, for talks, discussions, outings etc?

We aim to cover a broad range of scientific subjects over the course of a year, but no background knowledge is required – just a general interest in science and an inquiring mind. You can see the variety of subject matters we have covered by clicking on the 'Our previous activities' link on the right.

For further information, please send an email to the group leader using the button on the right of this page.

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In August 2017, several of us visited the Birmingham Institute of Forestry Research's carbon dioxide enrichment project at Norbury in Staffordshire. Some photos are posted to the right and below.
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XXIV, Happy Thought
The world is so full of a number of things,
I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings.

A Child’s Garden of Verses, 1885.
R.L. Stevenson

Dates for your Diary
Fri May 31st Botanical walk, led by Jackie Hardy, at Trench Wood.
Please arrive for a 10am start.

Location Trench Lane Nr Sale Green/Himbleton Worcester
Droitwich & Worcester
Worcestershire
WR9 7LW
Map reference SO 930 589
Parking - Car park on the Sale Green to Dunhampstead road about 4 miles southeast of Droitwich
For further information see :- http://www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk/reserves/trench-wood-nature-reserve
There are no toilets at the start of the tour but at the end it is no more than a few hundred yards to:-
http://www.thefirtreeinn.co.uk/contact/
Lunch could be had here!


PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE. THIS WALK WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR 17 MAY.
Fri Jun 21st 10am at Webheath Village Hall
Dr Graham Cope will give a presentation titled 'You've got to have guts!'
Around 40% of people have at least one digestive problem. This talk describes the causes of a range of diseases that affect the guts and how treatment works. The talk will explain new findings about how the gut functions and how diets and fast foods can be dangerous and cause problems with intolerance and may hold the key to a range of other diseases such as Parkinson’s.

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