The 6th Annual Symposium

Will be held at Treeton Miners Welfare Club, Treeton, Rotherham, in the Heart of South Yorkshire. Map of venue.

Saturday 20th February 2016 [10.30am onwards]

On the theme: “What’s Going on in South Yorkshire?”

The event is an annual festival, get-together and symposium of amateur natural history societies in South Yorkshire with speakers and displays from the local and county groups. An opportunity to meet and chat with other naturalists over a drink, and hear presentations by societies and groups on aspects of their work. There will be a bar and cafe. (the literal translation of Symposium is drinking together ) In between the talks there will be plenty of time for discussion and chat and looking at displays and book sales.

ALL WELCOME

Booking is FREE and easy. Simply contact Peter Clegg to book your place.

There will be a programme of 20 minute lecturettes throughout the day given by South Yorkshire’s amateur naturalists.

Displays from local groups are welcome. Contact secretary@sorby.org.uk.

The venue is easily accessed from most parts of South Yorkshire, with good parking, and a large spacious room with a bar and hot drinks area.

Click here to download a copy of the 2016 programme, with details of the venue and travel instructions.