All indoor meetings are held (unless otherwise stated) at 7.30 p.m. in the Lord Mayor’s Room of the New Walk Museum, Leicester ( – entrance is via the front door: for disabled access please use the wooden access ramp, off the Museum Car park). Car parking is available on the adjacent streets, and the Museum is within walking distance of the railway station and major bus routes. The room is open from 7.15 p.m. and proceedings usually finish around 9.30 pm. Members are invited to bring exhibits.
The Society’s Officers and the Committee are elected at the Annual General Meeting (A.G.M.), held each year in March.
New members are very welcome at outdoor meetings, but this needs to be arranged in advance. If you are interested in attending any of these please email the Natural History Section.
Guests are welcome on payment of a small fee (£2.00).
|Date: SUNDAY, 23rd April – 2017Venue: Hambleton Peninsula
Leader: Ivan Pedley
|Date: SATURDAY, 6th May – 2017Venue: Ulverscroft
Leader: Neil Pilcher
|Date: SATURDAY, 20th MAY – 2017Venue: Cribb’s Meadow
Leader: Jenny Harris
|SATURDAY, 10th JUNE – 2017
Venue: Brownshill Quarry
Leader: Local member of LRWT group
|SATURDAY, 15TH JULY – 2017
Venue: Bradgate Park
Leaders: Steve Woodward and Helen Ikin
|SATURDAY, 12th AUGUST – 2017
Venue: Frisby Lakes
Leader: Russell Parry
|SUNDAY, 3rd SEPTEMBER – 2017
Venue: Brocks Hill Country Park, Oadby
(Joint meeting with the British Plant Galls Society)
Leader: Chris Leach, B.P.G.S
|WEDNESDAY, 11th OCTOBER – 2017
FIRST WINTER MEETING
Members’ Exhibition and Photographic Evening
Lord Mayor’s Rooms, New Walk Museum. 7.30pm.
|SUNDAY, 15th OCTOBER – 2017
Venue: New Lount Reserve – Fungus Foray
Joint meeting with the Leics. Fungi Study Group
Leader: Richard Iliffe, L.F.S.G.
|SATURDAY, 18TH NOVEMBER – 2017
Venue: Welney Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Reserve***
Leader : John Tinning
|***Transport could be arranged for those wishing to join this outing which is a whole day outing|
|Unless otherwise stated, excursions are by private transport, meeting on site.
If you are interested in attending any of these please email the Natural History Section.
All images on this page © John Tinning 2016