West Midland Bird Club

Solihull Branch Indoor Meetings

Meetings are held in the Guild House, 1715, High Street, Knowle, Solihull B93 0LN (SP183768 *), on Fridays.

The Guild House is situated in the centre of Knowle, outside the parish church at the junction of High Street and Kenilworth Road. There is plenty of free parking in Knowle, and the eastern public car park is recommended (turn off High Street at the Greswolde Hotel, and from the car park walk through the churchyard). For members with mobility restrictions, there is a limited number of spaces outside the Guild House. It is served by bus route S3 (Solihull/Knowle/Dorridge).

Doors open 7pm. Meeting commences at 7:30pm (unless otherwise stated). Admission costs £1.50 for members, £2 for non-members. Season tickets are available at January meetings, at a cost of £9 for the calendar year, giving admission to the branch's seven meetings for the price of six.

4th January

Alban Wincott

Bulgaria - Birding on the Black

Sea Coast

Our first talk in recent years on an increasingly popular birding holiday destination

1st February

Philip Mugridge

Finland through the seasons

A new speaker who has a particular enthusiasm for this country

This talk has kindly been sponsored by Roger Skan Esq.

1st March

Steve Magennis

Exploring Iceland

(preceded by the branch's annual general meeting)

A welcome return from Steve and another country new to our indoor meetings programme

This talk has kindly been sponsored by Keystone Castor Company

26th April

West Midland Bird Club Annual General Meeting

Members only:no admission charge)

Followed by a talk on the Tame Valley Wetlands Partnership Scheme. Speaker: Tim Haselden, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust

4th October

Mike Lane

A Lane in a Midlands Forest

A visit to the new Heart of England Forest in Warwickshire

This talk has kindly been sponsored by BVP Management Company Limited

1st November

Nick Martin

A Photographer's Wild Britain

Nick's new talk covers a wide range of British locations

This talk has kindly been sponsored by BVP Management Company Limited

6th December

Mark Hope-Urwin

Are gardens good for birds or birdwatchers?

Mark is the B.T.O. Garden Birdwatch Ambassador for the West Midlands

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