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7.30am Royston Business Breakfast Club
Royston Business Breakfast Club
Sep 21 @ 7.30am
An informal business breakfast networking event, organised by Royston and District Chamber of Commerce. Held on the third Friday monthly, 7.30 – 9.30am. Alternate venues between The Jolly Postie & The Old Bull Inn, Royston, To book your place email: firstname.lastname@example.org
9.00am ‘Faces and Place’ By Vivienne Machell @ Melbourn Hub
‘Faces and Place’ By Vivienne Machell @ Melbourn Hub
Sep 21 @ 9.00am – 5.00pm
Paints loud and colourful scenes from around the world and beautiful portraits in acrylic and oils to create an atmosphere of drama and passion” This is her second solo exhibition. Vivienne, a Royston based artist, mainly exhibits with the Cambridge Drawing Society and the Royston Arts Society.
10.00am Adventures in Taxidermy @ Saffron Walden Museum
Adventures in Taxidermy @ Saffron Walden Museum
Sep 21 @ 10.00am – 5.00pm
An exhibition exploring the controversial history of taxidermy, from its wonderkammer beginnings to present day. For more information: www.saffronwaldenmuseum.org
12.00pm Coton Bioblitz
Sep 21 @ 12.00pm – 4.00pm
Come along and help us to discover all about the abundance of wildlife that thrives at Coton Countryside Reserve. Along the way you’ll learn about some of the creatures that can be found there, and you’ll also be helping us to survey for some that we have yet to find! We especially welcome anyone with identification skills.
7.00pm Wildlife Trust Creatures of the Night event
Wildlife Trust Creatures of the Night event
Sep 21 @ 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Sunset is the cue for wildlife to emerge: using bat detectors and moth traps discover what creatures are found around Roswell Pits once night has fallen. Previous searches here have revealed good numbers of bats, including Daubenton’s, a large species often viewed skimming over the water. Numerous species of moths have also been recorded, including stunning elephant hawkmoth, beautiful burnished brass www.wildlifebcn.org/events/2018-09-21-creatures-night