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The Wildlife Trust: ‘Water Voles’ An illustrated talk by Ian Webb – 15th January 2016

Date:  Friday, 15 January 2016 – 7:45pm Ely Local Group of the Wildlife Trust B.C.N 'Water Voles' an illustrated talk by Iain Webb The Talk commences at 7.45pm in the Vernon Cross Room behind Ely Museum Refreshments on sale during interval Parking can be accessed from Nutholt Lane Non-members welcome Suitable for wheelchair users Cost:  £2.50 Contact:  Will Burdett Telephone:  01353 661339 Email:  willburdett@btinternet.com Website:  The Wildlife Trusts Location Ely Museum Market Street Ely CB7 4LS United Kingdom See map: Google Maps

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The Wildlife Trust: ‘Water Voles’ An illustrated talk by Ian Webb – 15th January 2016

Ely Wildlife Watch: BTO Nest Records Scheme – 19th February 2016

Date:  Friday, 19 February 2016 – 7:45pm Ely Wildlife Watch: BTO Nest Records Scheme   An illustrated talk by Carl Barimore (British Trust of Ornithology) Cost:  £2.50 Contact:  Helen Telephone:  01353 664745 Website:  Wildlife Watch Location Vernon Cross Room at Ely Museum Market Street Ely CB7 4LS United Kingdom See map: Google Maps

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Ely Wildlife Watch: BTO Nest Records Scheme – 19th February 2016

The Stained Glass Museum Autumn Lecture: Charles Eamer Kempe and his Circle – 8th October 2015

Date:  Thursday, 8 October 2015 – 7:00pm The Stained Glass Museum Autumn Lecture: Charles Eamer Kempe and his Circle This lecture will focus on three aspects of the career of the stained glass designer Charles Eamer Kempe: the establishment of his Studio and his early collaboration with Frederick Leach; his friendship and professional association with George Frederick Bodley; his legacy and the patronage of the Royal Family. Cost:  £7.50, £6.50 (Friends of Stained Glass Museum) Contact:  Steven Jugg Telephone:  01353 660347 Email:  shop@stainedglassmuseum.com Website:  The Stained Glass Museum Location Cathedral Centre Palace Green Ely CB7 4EW United Kingdom See map: Google Maps read more

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The Stained Glass Museum Autumn Lecture: Charles Eamer Kempe and his Circle – 8th October 2015