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Talks and other activities covering all aspects of natural history, including botany, conservation, ecology, entomology, geology, palaeontology, zoology etc. See web page http://www.cnhs.org.uk/ for full details, and additional activities not listed here (we have excursions, field-trips, etc. in summer instead of talks).

Thursday evening talks are usually in the David Attenborough Building, on the New Museums Site, Pembroke St., Cambridge, CB2 3QZ . Click here for a map Enter the site through the archway from Pembroke Street and go up the flight of steps in front of you. Walk straight ahead and you will come to the entrance on your right. If the main steps are not accessible, continue into the site, with the building on your right till you come to another set of steps which take you to the entrance. There are plenty of cycle racks but there is no car parking on site.

Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided from 6:15pm, with the talks starting promptly at 6.45pm. All welcome – £1.50 for members of CNHS ; £3 for non-members; 50p for students with ID; card-carrying ARU Wildlife Society & Cambridge University Nature Society members and under-18s get in free.

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