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August 2019

NW: Glencoyne, Ullswater

August 24 @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Glencoyne Ullswater, + Google Map

Glencoyne, Ullswater NY3871 1790 Dryopteris affinis complex , plenty of examples of these with some challenging individuals! and including borreri, cambrensis , affinis, paleaceolobata, D. filix mas a very foliose form, Polypodium vulgare, Polystichum setiferum, Athyrium filix-femina, Pteridium aquilinum, Blechnum spicant, Cryptogramma crispa, Oreopteris limbosperma, Dryopteris dilatata, Asplenium trichomanes. We do not think Glencoyne Woods have been recorded before – so, an exploratory meeting. Packed lunch. Walking boots. Leader: Trevor Lowis

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September 2019

N: Llangollen, Wales

September 14 - September 15

This meeting will be based in Llangollen, North Wales. Although in North Wales, it’s near the border, and has easy access from Chester, and Manchester and the West Midlands. It is a small town, with fantastically beautiful scenery, and the centre for the Llangollen canal and Froncsyllte aqueduct World Heritage Site. As it is justifiably very popular, early booking is essential, especially since there is a railway gala on the Llangollen steam railway that weekend. Draft programme (subject to change,…

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Y: Castle Eden Dene, Peterlee

September 14 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
Castle Eden Dene SR8 1NJ + Google Map

Meeting Place – NNR car park as shown on the Reserve leaflet attached to the meetings programme, and on the website below. NZ 42798 39363 (SatNav 54.74836 -1.33836). Going – Moderate Food – Packed lunch Footwear – Boots Notes – New site so who knows what we might find. It will be recce'd so might not be all surprises. Leader – Barry Wright. .

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SE&W: A Magical Mystery Tour

September 21 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Jo and Ashley Basil, 14 Royden Lane
Boldre, Hampshire SO41 8PE United Kingdom
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Arrive for a cup of tea and then we will revisit Royden Wood on foot, using a different route to the past Leave the cars at Jo and Ashley’s Lunch at the Red Lion Pub or bring a picnic lunch. Afternoon some interesting sites These meetings are always fun and we see a different range of ferns and contary to popular belief there are some fern cultivars in Jo’s garden! Bring wellies

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