All LNU meetings until the 8th June are cancelled.

The drop-in sessions are informal, providing an opportunity to chat ‘natural history’ over a cup of coffee – turn up when you like; no booking necessary. Different specialists will be present at each and if you want to discuss something in particular let them know so they can come prepared with, for example, specimens or reference material. Sessions are held at the Whisby Education Centre, just outside of Lincoln and run from 2pm to 4pm.

DateWho’s going to be there?
Saturday 15 February 2020Cancelled due to Storm Dennis
Saturday 14 March 2020Charlie Barnes: beetles
Colin Smith: moths and bugs
David Sheppard: bees, ants, wasps and sawflies
Jan Rousseau: plant galls
Martin Gray: moths
Phil Porter: flies
Richard Chadd: freshwater invertebrates
Saturday 4 April 2020Charlie Barnes: beetles
David Sheppard: bees, ants, wasps and sawflies
Jan Rousseau: plant galls
Martin Gray: moths
Phil Porter: flies
Tim Smith: plants
Saturday 9 May 2020Charlie Barnes: beetles
Jan Rousseau: plant galls
Martin Gray: moths
Richard Chadd: freshwater invertebrates
Tim Smith: plants
Saturday 6 June 2020Charlie Barnes: beetles
David Sheppard: bees, ants, wasps and sawflies
Jan Rousseau: plant galls
Martin Gray: moths
Phil Porter: flies
Richard Chadd: freshwater invertebrates
Tim Smith: plants

Some specialists may not be able to commit until nearer the session, so check back here regularly.

There is a car parking charge of £2 for March – October and £1 for November – February and a cafe on-site.