Peregrines, Pyramids & Purple Emperors - Conservation in Milton Keynes Parks

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Event details

21 March 2017 - 7:45pm - 9:45pm

How do you create a landscape suitable for both man & beast in a city of 260,000 people? Martin Kincaid Biodiversity Officer for the Milton Keynes Parks Trust is the man to tell us. Managing 5,000 acres in 41 sites that includes ancient and newly planted woodland, hay meadows, scrubland, lakes and rivers. With recent proposals to create more Garden Towns across the country Martin's experience will be of topical interest.

There will be a Q&A session afterwards. Suitable for 14 years plus.

 

Hi Zaira, Have check details and ready for publication .

cheers

Steve Hawkins

 

Venue location

Great Missendon Memorial Centre ,
Great Missendon,
Buckinghamshire,
HP16 9AE

Event information

Date
Tuesday 21st March 2017
Time
7:45pm - 9:45pm
Price / Donation
£3 donation please
Category
Talk
Trust
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust
Venue location
Great Missendon Memorial Centre ,
Great Missendon,
Buckinghamshire,
HP16 9AE
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Wheelchair Access
Suitable for wheelchair users
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Suitable for people with limited mobility
Contact details
Tel: 01442 826774
katesheard@bbowt.org.uk
Steve Hawkins, Chilterns Group Volunteer