The Ambleside Natural History Society meets in a spirit of friendship and goodwill to share in all aspects of natural history, geology, the countryside, its scenery, its flora and fauna, its use, its buildings, its history, the activities of its inhabitants, etc. Almost nothing is excluded.

Members of the public are welcome to attend our meetings.

The programme for last year (2017/8) is available at the heading tab.

Next Meeting

6 December 2018 at 7:30pm

The Beehive, University of Cumbria, Ambleside

Wild Ennerdale: into the Future Natural

Tom Burditt (General Manager, National Trust, North Lakes)

The River Liza which feeds into Ennerdale Water at Ennerdale, Cumbria.

Wild Ennerdale is widely considered to be one of the premier “wild land” partnerships in England. We are now into our 16th year towards delivering our ambition of “Ennerdale as a wild valley for the benefit of people, relying more on natural processes to shape its landscape and ecology”.  This talk will look back at why the Wild Ennerdale partnership was formed, how we work, and what some of our achievements have been to date. I will discuss the real world challenges and issues we face, and look forward to what our ambitions and aspirations are for the future.

View map of Ambleside Campus

The Percival Lecture Theatre is in the Langdale Building, number 5 on the map.

The alternative venue is the Beehive, building number 2 on the map.

If you turn in at The Armitt Museum, park in the car parks at the bottom of the hill (free in the evenings) then walk up the hill. The Beehive is the single storey building on your right, the Langdale Building is slightly further, up the steps to the flat area and is again on your right.

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