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Harper’s Yard Repair Cafe

Saturday 6th April
Ormeau Park Bowling Club, Belfast

Kilmacrew House, near Banbridge – Hedge Maintenance

Sunday 7th April
Kilmacrew House near Banbridge
Free

A Long–term Environment Plan for Northern Ireland

Monday 8th April
Belmont Tower, 82 Belmont Church Road, Belfast BT4 3FG
Free

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Would an Institute for Detectorists aid revision of The Treasure Act & implementation of The Valetta Convention?

Saturday 13th April
UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31–4 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY
Free

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People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership: Delivering the UN Sustainable Development Goals – What Role for the NI Voluntary & Community Sector?

Thursday 18th April
61 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast BT15 2GB
Free

All–Island Environmental Governance post–Brexit and the Good Friday Agreement

Thursday 18th April
Canada Room and Council Chamber, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast BT7 1NN
Free

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Derryanvil near Portadown – Planting Young Trees

Saturday 20th April
Derryanvil near Portadown
Free

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Easter Monday Family Fun Day & Craft Fair

Monday 22nd April
Florence Court
Normal Admission

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Slievenacloy Nature Reserve, Belfast Hills – Scrub Clearance

Sunday 28th April
Slievenacloy Nature Reserve, Belfast Hills
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County Armagh Wildlife Society

The Society was originally founded as Armagh Field Naturalists’ Society in 1952 by a small group of Armagh people interested in wildlife. AFNS began with less than a dozen members; but over the years grew into one of the most active field clubs in Northern Ireland. After the 50th anniversary of AFNS, the Society was reconstituted as County Armagh Wildlife Society with the intention of building on the legacy of AFNS, and continuing the tradition of natural history study and recording in Co Armagh. To this end the Society promotes a programme of events each year. This consists mainly of presentations and talks from October to March, and field outings which last through the Spring, Summer and Autumn. While the Society is principally concerned with the natural history of Co. Armagh, its field outings go beyond the County to various locations throughout Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Each year the Society publishes an Annual Report on bird, animal and insect observations gathered by the membership. The Society also undertakes some local conservation work and supports conservation charities.

37 Old Orchard Road
Loughgall
Co. Armagh
BT61 8JD
www.armaghwild.org.uk
info@armaghwild.org.uk
028 3889 1317