FINDING WILDLIFE in EPPING FOREST with Peter Warne

In 2010 Peter wrote the first edition of his book ‘Finding Wildlife in Epping Forest’ with a second edition in 2012. On the back of this he was invited to study and monitor the wildlife of Copped Hall, a restoration project just south of Epping. Peter is also a keen photographer and as well as describing where to go, he will show us images of the wide variety of wildlife to be found in this western part of the county.

Indoor meetings start at 20:00 at the Quaker Meeting House, 82 Rainsford Road, Chelmsford CM1 2QL. Limited parking on site for blue badge holders, but the parking meters in the area are 'free' to use after 18:30 during the evening. Chelmsford City Car Parks will no longer accept cash payment - you can pay by card, Apple/Google Pay or Mi Permit app but they are no longer taking cash.

Entrance for Members is £3.00, Non-members £4.00, charged on the door.

Please note: To prevent damage to the polished wooden floor in the building ‘stiletto’ type high heel shoes and boots are not permitted in the Quaker Meeting House. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

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