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Welcome to the regional pages for East Anglia. Full details of national and local events are available on our events pages.

 

Upcoming branch events

 

Wednesday 18 March, 17:00-20:00 - POSTPONED

Enterprising Biology

Linking businesses on Norwich Research Park with early career scientists, students, and potential mentors.

Saturday 2 May, 10:00-12:00 - POSTPONED

Discovering Ancient Trees

What is an ancient tree? How can you recognise one? And why are they so important for wildlife?

Saturday 4 July, 21:05-22:45 - POSTPONED

Bat safari punting

Bat spotting by punt along the river Cam with a Wildlife Trust bat expert.

Saturday 26 September, 10:00-13:00

Bourne SciFest Busking Day 2020

An event to make STEM fun and accessible with a range of activities.

Visit the reports section to find out about past events the branch have run.

Social media

Visit the East Anglia branch Facebook page and Twitter page for more branch news.

Our members

Visit the branch map and branch demographics to see the numbers and locations of our members (Dated January 2019).

Committee

Chair: Miss Natalie Lamb RSci, MRSB
Treasurer: Vacant

Member: Dr Penny Maplestone FRSB

Join Us

The East Anglia branch are currently recruiting for new committee members! Why not check out what it involves and send a quick application to eastanglia@rsb.org.uk

Contact details

Please get in touch by emailing eastanglia@rsb.org.uk

We are looking to set up a diverse new committee, encompassing the full range of member types from students and associates through to Fellows, to plan events for the year ahead and respond to regional members. As a result, we would be very happy to hear from you, and particularly welcome feedback from members in Norfolk and Suffolk about opportunities nearer to home, you might even help us with their organisation. 

  • Are there activities you would like to suggest?
  • Do you know of venues which could offer interesting visits?
  • Are there topics which you would like addressed by speakers or symposia?
  • Could you suggest how we might engage more extensively with educational institutions, schools, colleges and universities?
  • Would you like to know about opportunities in the region offered by other bodies such as the universities and wildlife trusts?
  • How do you think we can better communicate with and inform members?
  • Would you, as a member, be prepared to give a talk or provide a venue for a visit or event?

We look forward to hearing from you with ideas and hopefully see you at some of our events over the next year.

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