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August 2016

NW: Brock Mill

August 6 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Brock Bottoms Picnic Site,
Brock Mill Ln, Claughton
Preston, Lancashire PR3 0 United Kingdom
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Joint meeting with Liverpool Botanical Society Brock Mill car park and picnic site at SD 548 431. Directions for how to get there are on the Bowland Walks website Footwear: Wellingtons advised

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South Wales & Borders Group: Exploration of the Nedd Valley, Powis.

August 11 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Nr Pontneddfechan,
Nr Glynneath

Our August meeting will be a visit to the waterfalls lands of the Brecon Beacons. We will be exploring one of the rivers which cuts through this limestone region, the river Nedd. In our recent visit, we found one of the British Hymenophyllum species there, but both are recorded on the BSBI website, along with Dryopteris aemula and other wet woodland species. With a larger group, we may well find some interesting things, as well as seeing some lovely waterfalls.…

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Scottish Group – Mountain ferns, Ben Vrackie, Pitlochry

August 13 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ben Vrackie,
Pitlochry Perthshire United Kingdom
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Meet at 10am in the large car park at the tourist information centre on N side of the main Atholl Road (A924), grid ref. NN 9415 5805. We will then combine into fewer cars and drive to the car park beyond Moulin (NN 9435 5952). From here there is a path to the top of Ben Vrackie (NN 951 632), a distance of about 4.5km. Further info on the route is here: http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/perthshire/ben-vrackie.shtml Interesting ferns, including mountain bladder fern and holly fern, at various locations as…

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Yorkshire Group – Thruscross Reservoir

August 13 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thruscross Reservoir,
North Yorkshire United Kingdom
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Meeting place: In the car-park next to the Dam, SE154574, about 2 miles north of the A59 Skipton to Harrogate road. Food: packed lunch Footwear: boots. Clothing: to be suitable for Pennines moorland country. A scenic 5 miles circular walk on permissive paths around the reservoir, with a mix of open areas and woodland plantation. It is a botanically interesting area and we hope to see a good variety of ferns.

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EA: The Plantation Garden, Norwich and Peter Blake & Nick Lodge’s Garden

August 20 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Peter Blake & Nick Lodge,
14 Mill Hill Road
Norwich, Norfolk NR2 3DP United Kingdom
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Meeting place: 14 Mill Hill Road, Norwich NR2 3DP (Peter Blake will provide parking permits on the day). Lunch; Peter & Nick are providing a light lunch After parking we will walk to the nearby Plantation Garden in Earlham Road. (Admission fee will be paid from EA group funds). The group last visited the garden in 2004 and it will be interesting to see how the garden has since developed. In the afternoon we will return to Peter and Nick’s…

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WX: Around Wickham

August 27 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wickham Recreation Ground,
3 Fareham Road
Wickham, Hampshire PO17 5DE United Kingdom
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We will meet at the Wickham Recreation Ground car park at 11:00 (SU 57436 11057) At the rear of the Recreation Ground is an Ancient Meadow with a wide range of flowering plants, but the interest to us is the extensive colonies of Equisetum x rothmaleri. It is a well maintained and cared for site, a credit to the local authority and public. After that we will have lunch either in the car park or the pub and then we…

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September 2016

SE&EA: Redgrave Fen, Suffolk

September 3 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Redgrave and Lopham Fen,
Low Common Road
South Lopham, IP22 2HX United Kingdom
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Meeting place: NNR car park, Low Common Road, South Lopham, Diss IP22 2HX. Grid ref: TM052802 Lunch: Packed lunch This large reserve has a range of diverse habitats some of which are very ferny. As well as ferns there is a plethora of rare flora and fauna to see and we shall spend most of the day exploring the site. Following the field meeting Wendy and Simon Gowen have kindly offered to provide refreshments at their cottage in nearby Rickinghall.

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North Wales long weekend

September 9 - September 12
Capel Curig,
LL24 0ET United Kingdom
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BPS-125-V4

Continuing the 125th anniversary theme, this meeting will be in North Wales for a long weekend of exploring and recording. As mountain weather is unpredictable, we’ll have a good and poor weather programme, but either way expect to get wet! 9th Sept: Arrive and possibly a brief afternoon/evening excursion to the base of Tryfan or explore the area around Bryn Engan. 10th Sept: We will be re-visiting the classic venue of Cwm Idwal, and weather permitting the high Cwm Clyd. 11th…

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WX: Pilularia hunting weekend

September 17 @ 11:00 am - September 18 @ 5:00 pm

As outlined in the Pteridologist 6:161 the society has embarked on a national re-survey of Pillwort (Pilularia globulifera) and over the next few years are running a series of field meetings, locally and nationally to help complete this. Pillwort is an easily overlooked plant, endemic to Europe and widespread but it has undergone a considerable decline in abundance throughout its range, being very vulnerable to changes in land use. Given the global importance of the British populations, the late Clive…

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South Wales & Borders Group: Dinas Powis and Dyffryn Gardens

September 22 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Dinas Powis,
Vale of Glamorgan, CF64 4DA
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Polypodies in Dinas Powis and Victorian style fernery at Dyffryn Gardens, Glamorgan The national society visited the Polypodies of Dinas Powis way back in 1990, when they saw all three species and even managed to spy plants of the cultivar P. australe ‘Richard Kayes’, which was first recorded from this location even further back in 1668. The latter required binoculars then and it would be fantastic if we could confirm its continued presence after over 300 years. However, if that…

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