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Autumn Talks
In light of the current situation and the potential for an autumn spike in Covid-19 as the weather turns colder, we have taken the difficult decision not to go ahead with a live audience for the last two talks of the year. The October talk will be rescheduled for 2021 and the November talk on Orchards of East Anglia will go ahead via Zoom.

“Orchards of East Anglia”

Sat 21st Nov, 2pm

An illustrated talk by Professor Tom Williamson. Teas.

Bawdeswell Village Hall, Reepham Road. NR20 4RU

Funded by the Heritage Lottery and based in the School of History at the University of East Anglia, this three-year collaborative project, working with existing country orchard groups, other interested organisations and orchard owners, is devoted to discovering and understanding the past, present and future of orchards in Eastern England.

Professor Tom Williams from the University of East Anglia will broadcast this talk via Zoom at 2pm.

Full details will be sent to members by email.

“Norfolk Wild Flowers”

To be comfirmed

An illustrated talk by Simon Harrap, Natural Surroundings, Bayfield, Holt. Teas.

Blake Studio, Norwich School, The Close NR1 4DD

Our October talk “Norfolk Wild Flowers” by Simon Harrap will now take place in October 2021.

Annual Tate Talk 2021

Sat 6th Mar, 2021

Venue: Bawdeswell Village Hall,
Reepham Road, NR20 4RU

“Cambridge College Gardens”
An illustrated talk by Tim Richardson on his book of Cambridge College Gardens.

Pre-booking only. Full information will be sent to members early in 2021.

This new book, on one of the world’s finest collections of historic gardens, was reviewed in the spring 2020 edition of the NGT Magazine.

A day visit to Cambridge to see at first hand some of these special places will be planned for summer 2021.

Annual General Meeting

Sat 24th Apr, 2021

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