Throughout the autumn, winter and spring we run monthly talks on Friday afternoons. In addition there is an annual Charles Lines Lecture and a speaker from the National Trust at the AGM.

The talks are held at the Methodist Church Hall, Station Approach, Solihull starting at 2.00pm. Admission is £3.50 for Solihull Centre Members and £5.00 for visitors or guests of members. Tea, coffee and biscuits available at the interval, cost 50p.

Parking is limited at the hall but three hours free parking is available at Tudor Grange Leisure Centre - a valid ticket must be displayed.

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Friday 24 September

The Secret Wildlife of the Forest of Dean
Nick Martin

The beautiful Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire harbours a wide range of woodland wildlife, including many secretive and surprising animals and birds.  We'll look for the elusive goshawk the shy dipper and the exotic mandarin ducks.  Find out where adders hide, dormice feed and about the exciting return of the wild boar to the woodland scene.

Please note that this is a provisional booking at the moment. We will be following whatever regulations apply at the time.

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