Thu, 17 Feb

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St Augustine's Parish Hall

Talk - Responding to a Nature Emergency – What is Happening?

A presentation by Colin Cheeseman, County Ecologist for the Vale of Glamorgan Council about his work. (see full description for more details AND how to get tickets)

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Time & Location

17 Feb, 19:00 – 21:00

St Augustine's Parish Hall, Albert Rd, Penarth CF64 1BZ, UK

About the Event

Responding to a Nature Emergency – What is Happening?

Colin is the County Ecologist for the Vale of Glamorgan Council and will give a presentation on his work, projects he is involved with and the aspirations of the Council to combat the Nature and Climate emergencies. He will also talk about the effect of recent legislation on how Councils are now required to be more proactive on all things ecological.

Question & Answer section afterwards. This should be an interesting and informative session for everyone.

TICKETS

The number of people allowed at the meeting is limited to 50 to enable an element of social distancing so we are requesting that if you would like to come along then you prebook with us, preferably by email

enquiries@penarthsociety.org.uk

Or, if you do not have access to email then leave a message on the answerphone at 029 20411 396.

Entry is free to members and costs £2.00 for non members.

PLEASE NOTE that you should not attend if you are symptomatic, have tested positive for Covid-19 or have been identified by Test & Trace as a close contact. Face masks are to be worn during the meeting unless you are exempt.

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