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Further events this weekend

CBA North News
Some last minute news of further events this weekend that might interest you. If you would like to attend the events organised by the Northumberland National Park on Saturday and Sunday, then you’ll need to book up today.

Best wishes,

CBA North Committee
13.10.2017

Northumberland National Park events
Northumberland National Park are running a pair of events this weekend. These are;

…and on Sunday there is a guided walk of Lordenshaw and Simonside. Again you will need to book up for this which you can do following this link.

The English Renaissance Herbal and its European Antecedents

On Saturday morning there is another lecture to be held by the Natural History Society of Northumbria. Marie Addyman will talk at 1030 at the Clore Suite, the Great North Museum: Hancock in Newcastle, upon at the centuries of European and English precedents which local man William Turner of Morpeth, the ‘Father of English Botany’, drew upon in his A New Herball of 1551 to 1568.

Turner’s work is considered to be the first herbal in English to give accurate descriptions of the plants listed as well as their medical uses, but he did not invent the genre. This event includes a lecture and exhibition of materials held by the society.

A reminder about Saturday’s Arch & Arch lecture
In case you missed our earlier email with the change in details for the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland’s lecture, a quick reminder with the poster below for the change in details of Saturday afternoon’s lecture is below.

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Do you live in East Fellside? If so…. read on….

Do you live in or around Castle Carrock, Newbiggin, Cumrew, Ainstable, Cumwhitton, Talkin, Hayton, Farlam, Hallbankgate, Midgeholme, Tindale, Kirkoswald, Renwick, Croglin, Gamblesby, Glassonby, Melmerby or Brampton? Or are you part of a special interest or volunteer group in those parishes? The early stages of a Heritage Lottery Funded bid is being developed in your area and is looking for interested local people with exciting ideas for projects.

What’s special about your local landscape? Projects could cover enhancement and celebration of nature conservation, historic buildings, cultural history and traditions, access, environmental education, nature and cultural based tourism, small scale sustainability issues and heritage skills training.

If you have any ideas to discuss, you know of a local group that might be interested in being involved, or would like to be put on our project mailing list to be kept up to date with future developments, please contact Katharine Birdsall on 01388 528801 or email katharine@northpenninesaonb.org.uk