Festival Programme

Wednesday 10th May
Poetry Prize Evening
Thursday 11th May
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Visit
Friday 12th May
Banstead History Research Group
Banstead Scrapbook

Saturday 13th May
Flowers and Butterflies of Park Downs
Saturday 13th May
Red Priest
Sunday 14th May
Choral Evensong at All Saints'



Box Office (from 3rd April 2017)
Banstead Arts Festival Society

Banstead Library, The Horseshoe, Banstead

To reserve tickets (for all BAFS events except the coach trips):
Tel. 01737 350288 or Email to: marionh.bafs@hotmail.co.uk

Tickets for some events may be bought on line as indicated.

 

Wednesday 3rd May - 7.45 pm

Banstead Area U3A presents Weather, Wildlife and Warming. The effects of climate change on wildlife.
A talk by Ian Currie, meteorological expert and local weatherman

Weather and Wildlife

The effects of climate change on wildlife. A talk by Ian Currie, meteorological expert and local weatherman

Ian Currie will illustrate his talk with local and national photographs to demonstrate the significance of climate change on wildlife in particular. His talk will cover:
- The evidence of global warming
- Weather Lore
- Phenology - the study of the effects of weather and warming on wildlife

There will be stands displaying local wildlife initiatives and U3A activities.

Tea/coffee/soft drinks and biscuits will be served The event will be open to all ages as this is an issue of local and international concern.

Venue

The Banstead Community Association Hall, Park Road, Banstead SM7 3AJ - Click here for location map

Presented by Banstead Area U3A

Programme

 

More Information

Free onsite parking

Tickets

Tickets £6, available from Banstead Library, at the door as available, or call 01737-812646 or 01737-354841, or online via: bansteadartsfestival.ticketsource.co.uk.

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