North Wessex Downs AONB Annual Forum

on 18 October 2016.

Next Wednesday, 19th October, The North Wessex Downs Forum is being held at the Fieldgate Centre in Kingsclere from 9am and all are welcome. The theme of this year's forum is Dark Skies and Light Pollution with a line-up of stellar speakers and a galaxy of information (geddit?).

The Forum plays a crucial role in enabling everybody who cares about the protected landscape of the North Wessex Downs to share ideas and information. In attendance will be the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England who actively lobby to keep our skies in their virgin state. There will also be a mobile planetarium to help you grasp the scale and geography of our night sky. There is a suggested donation of £10 and a delicious lunch provided you register your attendance by Monday 17th October by calling 01488 680450 or email rosesomerset@northwessesdowns.org.uk

Fieldgate Centre, Field Gate Drive, Kingsclere, Newbury RG20 5SQ.

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