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May 2017

N: Azores 2017

May 6 - May 13
Hotel Canadiano, Rua do Contador 24 A
Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel 9500-050 Portugal
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This is a week long trip to Sao Miguel with a good chance of seeing all the native and introduced ferns of the island We shall be visiting the ferns in the countryside and also some of the gardens of Sao Miguel, particularly the Terra Nostra Garden We shall also do a bit of tourism This trip is now fully booked up

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June 2017

SE&EA: Heathfield, East Sussex

June 24 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

We’ll be joined by members from the East Anglia group for this meeting which will visit sites near Heathfield (including land associated with the old Heathfield Park). Peter knows this area well, and apart from the rich Wealden flora early date, we can expect some surprises. Janet Bond has kindly agreed to provide us with tea after the meeting, in her most delightful garden with a number of ferns and lots of interesting flowers and trees.

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NW&Y: Cautley Spout

June 24 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
The Cross Keys Temperance Inn, Cautley
Sedbergh, Cumbria LA10 5NE United Kingdom
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On the A683 about 4 miles NE of Sedbergh, next to the Cross Keys Inn. SD 698 969. The parking area is not that large and can be busy, so please car share where possible. Map: Explorer OL19 Howgill Fells. It's a steep climb up Cautley Spout but there is a good stone-flagged path. The more intrepid can try some beck-side scrambling (hopefully the water level will not be too high). Many of the ferns are near the lower falls…

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July 2017

N: The North of Ireland

July 7 - July 9

There has not been a BPS trip to the North of Ireland since 1994, so when Hazel suggested that Glen Ariff in County Antrim was a very ferny place to go, the Meetings sub-committee welcomed her suggestion. The arrangements are still provisional, but we plan to follow Glen Ariff with two further days in County Donegal and County Fermanagh, probably based in Donegal town. We are aiming to see lots of interesting ferns including Polystichum lonchitis, hybrid equiseta, and Trichomanes…

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N: Scotland

July 16 - July 20
Kindrogan Field Centre, Enochdhu
Blairgowrie, PH10 7PG United Kingdom
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Based at Kindrogan Field Centre from Sunday evening to Thursday we will have four full days in the field. We will visit ferny upland and lowland sites with Polystichum lonchitis, Clubmosses, Equisetum, Pilularia and the possibility of visiting a site for the two species of Woodsia (but very rough terrain). Some of the sites are sensitive and numbers will be limited. Accommodation is reserved at the Centre and all bookings are through Heather McHaffie. Four nights, Dinner, Bed and Breakfast…

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S: Glenshee area, Cairngorms

July 17 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Meet at lay-by south of Devil's Elbow on east side of the road (N0 133 753). Steep, rough walk up to screes for Polystichum lonchitis and other limestone ferns. On to the ski buildings at the Cairnwell to see large population of Botrychium and four species of clubmoss. If there is time, return by Drummore Loch with good populations of Dryopteris affinis agg. Please bring food and drink as required. Be prepared for Scottish mountain conditions.

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EA: Wayland Wood, Watton, Urban Jungle Nursery and Crete Lodge Exotic Garden, Norfolk

July 22 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wayland Wood, Watton, IP25 6HN United Kingdom + Google Map

Meeting place: Wayland Wood, Watton IP25 6HN. Car park off A1075 at Grid ref TL9226,9959 Lunch: At Urban Jungle Nursery Café or packed lunch Wayland Wood is a Norfolk Wildlife Trust ancient woodland SSSI nature reserve with a rich ground flora. We will lunch at Urban Jungle Nursery where good food is served in their café if required. The nursery holds a good range of ferns for those tempted. We will then finish our day at the extraordinary exotic garden…

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WS: Downton Gorge National Nature Reserve, and Mary Knoll Valley, near Ludlow Shropshire

July 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ludlow Food Centre, Bromfield
Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 2JR
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For our July meeting we will visit the Downton Gorge National Nature Reserve. The reserve is managed by Natural England on a private estate, and not normally open to the public, but we have arranged with the Senior Reserve Manger to have a tour. We’ll follow this with a walk in the nearby Mary Knoll valley. We have been advised that “It is a bit of a walk in and folk need to be reasonably steady on their feet, as…

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SE: Marline Valley, near Hastings, and ghylls near Crowhurst

July 29 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

I am hoping we will be joined by the Hastings botany Club for this meeting, which will explore some of the Sussex ghylls, including a nature reserve the Society has not been to before. These deep and wooded ghylls are rich in ferns and most of the classic wealden flora. Stephen Munyard has kindly offered to entertain us after the meeting. An opportunity to see Steve’s fascinating garden.

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August 2017

S: Mountain ferns, Ben Vrackie, Pitlochry

August 5, 2017 @ 10:00 am - January 19, 2018 @ 6:00 pm

A return trip to this rich site for alpine flora, including some interesting ferns and even more interesting fern allies. Last year we got waylaid by clubmosses, moonwort and various other delights, and never made it as far as the summit and beyond, where mountain bladder fern and holly fern are reputed to be found. Straight to the top this time! Interesting ferns are at various locations as much as 1km or more from the main path. We may also…

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