Sussex Biological Recorders’ Seminar 2018

Booking is now closed. Please email to be placed on a waiting list should a space become available.

Date: Saturday 17th February 2018

Time: 10am – 4pm (Arrival from 9.30am)

VENUE: Oathall Community College, Appledore Gardens, Lindfield, West Sussex, RH16 2AQ (Fifteen minutes walk from Haywards Heath railway station)

The Sussex Biological Recorders’ Seminar is an annual event where over 200 recorders flock from all over Sussex to enjoy talks on all aspects of biological recording. The day is aimed at recorders of all levels, whether experienced professional or budding enthusiast. Talks will include ‘The Secret Life of Flies’ from Erica McAlister of the Natural History Museum, ‘Pan-species Listing the Sussex Wildlife Trust’s reserves' by the Trust's Senior Ecologist, Graeme Lyons and the ‘Fritillaries for the Future’ project by Neil Hulme of Butterfly Conservation.

This year there is a £4 charge for attending the seminar; this includes tea and coffee which will be available at various points through the day. A vegetarian buffet lunch is available for an additional £8.50 per person, or please bring your own if preferred.

Bookings must be paid for in advance, we are unable to accept cash on the day.