Group Leaders are Anita Young and Ian Lancaster
The group now has over 100 members and offers a mix of talks and outside visits relevant to the member's interests on many and varied topics drawn from the natural world – animal, vegetable and mineral.
There will be talks by knowledgeable speakers about individual species, natural processes and ecosystems, and about the people and theories that have influenced our understanding of the natural world.
We hope to tap into the rich seam of interests, knowledge and expertise of our eventual group members for suggestions of future topics, visits, contacts and hopefully contributions in the form of talks if anyone feels so inclined.
The latest Natural History Group Events for 2019 can be downloaded from the right hand panel.
If you would like to register for email updates contact us using the link at the top right hand side of the page.
The group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month (apart from December) at the Masonic Hall on Winmarleigh Street, Warrington.
We gather at 1:15 for a 1:30pm start and finish around 3:30pm. Coffee, tea and biscuits are available in the break for £1. At sessions where we have an outside speaker, we may make a charge of £1 to go towards the cost of speakers, resources and running costs.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Nov 19th||Whooper Swan Migration|
The natural history of the whooper swan and the story of its amazing annual migration
Speaker : Colin Grime – Natural History Group Member
|Tue Dec 17th||No Meeting|