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BCA Members Event 7 pm Wednesday 27th May 2020 via Zoom
Alyson and Steve Phillips are delighted to present their short audio play
“The Paxtons and The Duke. A ménage a trois?”
Steve Phillips writes “We explore the motivation of these characters in this triangular relationship. We reveal its development, as Paxton's genius grows from gardener to millionaire, supported by the everlasting dedication of Sarah and His Grace.”
A short audio play followed by an interactive discussion about Paxton's contribution to the Buxton we see today.
Anyone can join just email email@example.com to receive joining instructions.
Dr Catherine Parker Heath on Discovering Heritage in the South West Peak
Discovering Heritage in the South West Peak: How the Barns and Buildings and Small Heritage Adoption Projects are adding to our knowledge of the past in this part of the Peak District.
Thursday 19th September at 7.30 pm, Poole's Cavern Visitor Centre, free to Members.
Dr Tim Birch Head of Living Landscapes North, Derbyshire Wildlife Trust will talk about his vision for the Uplands
"We will continue to present the arguments for a new approach to our uplands where wildlife can thrive and people and the local economy benefit."
The Goyt valley is ideal for re-wilding and the reintroduction of keystone species
What future do we want for our Uplands? With Brexit looming there are exciting possibilities if we think differently about our Uplands. We can carry on with business as normal or we can look to a future where our Uplands are full of wildlife and truly wild places. That will be good news for wildlife, people and the local economy.
Come along to our September Members talk on Friday 21st September at 7.30pm at Poole's Cavern Visitor Centre and hear about Tim's and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust's exciting vision for the future of our uplands.
The talk is free to BCA members and their friends.