Get Tickets for big event

It is time to start applying for tickets for one of the highlight events of Langdyke’s 20th anniversary celebrations.

The theme will be the Future of Nature and we will also be launching the John Clare Countryside Vision.

Although the event is free to members you are asked to apply for tickets online so that the organisers know how many people are attending. There will be a limited number of tickets for non members as well at a cost of £6 each.

The event –  taking place from 4pm on Friday  September 13 at Castor Church, Castor, Peterborough – will incorporate the organisation’s annual meeting but also boasts a fine array of guest speakers, the launch of a major local nature initiative and the culmination of our arts and stories project.

Our guest speakers are Harriet Mead, President of the Society of Wildlife Artists, Mark Cocker, author and naturalist, Jeremy Mynott, author of Birdscapes and Brian Eversham, Chief Executive of our Wildlife Trusts.

Annual meeting speakers (clockwise from top): Mark Cocker, Harriet Mead, Jeremy Mynott and Brian Eversham

The theme will be the Future of Nature and we will also be launching the John Clare Countryside Vision

Kathryn Parsons, our artist in residence will also lead an art workshop as part of the Langdyke Stories project which will culminate at the event with the publication of the Langdyke Stories book.

The line up of speakers promises a lively discussion with a chance for guests to join the debates and pose questions.

There will also be updates on Langdyke business as well as a series of displays.

Langdyke chair Richard Astle said: It promises to be a great, celebratory and positive event – I do hope you can join us.”

To control numbers we are using Eventbrite – an easy to use online booking system.  Even if you are a member you will need to book through the system.

If anyone has trouble booking they can email and assistance will be given.

If you would like to come, please book your tickets using the link below – please book as a member (free) – although food and drink on the evening are not included.

Non members can also use the link to book.  There will be a charge of £6 per person.

This is the link for tickets: