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What's on

Our visitor centres organise a regular programme of events and activities for adults and families. The Trust has fourteen Local Groups across the county that organise a programme of walks and talks for local members. Non-members are welcome at these events. Booking is essential for most centre events, so make sure you call or visit the centre in advance to avoid disappointment.

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  • Thu, 20/09/2018 - 7:45pm - 9:45pm - Essex Wildlife Trust

    Venue: Shrub End Social Centre, Shrub End Road,

    Gerald Lucy, author of the award-winning book “Essex Rock”, will give an illustrated talk on the geology of Essex, a story that stretches back over 100 million years with evidence for ancient volcanoes, deserts, glaciers and deep seas. Some rocks also contain remarkable fossils, from subtropical sharks and crocodiles to ice age hippos and mammoths.

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  • Thu, 18/10/2018 - 7:45pm - 9:45pm - Essex Wildlife Trust

    Venue: Shrub End Social Centre, Shrub End Road,

    Sheila Dearns, a Hedgehog Haven volunteer, will tell us about the life of hedgehogs, the dangers they face and a little bit about the important work of Hedgehog Haven. We will be informed and entertained by some camera trap footage.

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  • Thu, 15/11/2018 - 7:45pm - 9:45pm - Essex Wildlife Trust

    Venue: Shrub End Social Centre, Shrub End Road,

    Rod Bleach from the British Trust for Ornithology will talk about its work, the results of surveys and how volunteers can participate.

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