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Learn all about rewilding at Wildlife Trust AGM

Friday 16th September 2016

Learn all about rewilding at Wildlife Trust AGM. All welcome (members and non-members) Free entry (no booking required)

Charlie Burrell, the Chair of Rewilding Britain, will be joining Derbyshire Wildlife Trust for their AGM on Thursday 3rd November to talk all about the Knepp Wildland Project and the future of rewilding.

Charlie owns Knepp Castle, which is home to Britain’s longest running and arguably most successful rewilding projects. The concept of rewildling is one that is spoken about a lot in conservation circles at the moment and this is a wonderful time to find out more about the movement and what it could mean for Derbyshire if rewildling projects were carried out.

The AGM is being held at Mount Cook Adventure Centre, Porter Lane, Middleton-by-Wirksworth, DE4 4LS at 7pm. Everyone is welcome. For more information contact Derbyshire Wildlife Trust on 01773 881188.

Schedule

Directions:

By car:
• From A6 Derby Road at Cromford, take the B5036 Cromford Hill
• Continue on Cromford Hill for approximately 1 mile, past signs for Black Rock
• Turn right onto Porter Lane, following the signs for National Stone Centre
• Parking is available in National Stone Centre car park
• Mount Cook Adventure Centre is on the left, up a short path accessed on foot
• Disabled parking is available immediately outside the venue, accessed via National Stone Centre entrance—please call DWT membership in advance for more details and to reserve your space

By public transport:
• Bus stops on Porter Lane and Main Street, Middleton. Please check with local operators for timetables