North England Virtual Learning Sessions and Talks update
North England Virtual Talks Programme
We have been delighted to welcome so many of you to our regional virtual talks programme that has taken place over the course of 2021. We do still have a number of talks running over the remainder of this year, details of which can be found on our events page. A big thanks to Russ Hedley, from Nature Talks and Walks, who has provided a fascinating and engaging range of talks. Our thanks also go out to all volunteers who have contributed, presenting talks on so many varied and interesting topics over the course of this year. We have such a fantastic range of experience and knowledge between members of our volunteer team in the north and it has been wonderful for us to be able to share and learn from each other.
We are delighted to let you know that we will also be continuing with our regional virtual talks into 2022. A new programme of talks is currently being produced and will be available to book on in the next couple of months. If there are any topics you would really like to see covered, or alternatively if you would like to share your skills and knowledge of a certain topic by delivering a virtual talk as part of next years programme, please do let me know; firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Tree Id learning sessions
We are pleased to announce two regional virtual winter tree id sessions that will be taking place in Dec 2021 and Jan 2022.
The dates for these are:
6th & 13th Dec 2021
17th & 24th Jan 2022
These are now available to book. The full learning session takes the form of an introductory and a follow up session and we ask that you are able to attend both sessions. Full details of both events and how to book are on our events pages here on whittle.
Claire Green – Volunteer Development Officer, North