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Date
21.06.20
Start time
10:00
End time
15:00
Dungeness Shingle Beach, Kerton Road, Romney Marsh, Kent TN29 9NP
Kent, Surrey, Sussex branch

*This event has been postponed until 2021*


A visit to Dungeness Shingle Beach in Kent


Event outline

Members will be delighted to have the opportunity again to visit this unique location. Dr Brian Ferry, from Royal Holloway, University of London, an expert in this field, will be our guide.

We shall see the plant succession along 50 ridges which show 500 years of sequential change. We shall also examine the vegetation of a disturbed area of shingle with a great range of plant species and vegetation types. There will also be opportunity for a little entomology when we examine the catch in the previous night's moth-traps. As the visit will occupy some of the afternoon, members are advised to bring packed lunches.


Location

Attendees are to meet near the Lydd to Dungeness Road/Kerton Road junction and there is off-road parking adjacent. The map reference is TR 083188.


Cost and booking

The event is free to attend and advance booking is essential through the link at the top of this page.

Contact

For any event enquiries please contact Dr Graham Godfrey at ageryops@btinternet.com
If you have any booking or website queries contact Beth Morgan at regions@rsb.org.uk or on 020 3925 3444.

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