Award winning author Mark Cocker will be visiting Woodbridge Community Hall, Station Road, IP12 4AU, on the evening of Thursday 19 October to talk about his latest book One Midsummer’s Day, which talks about swifts and the interconnectedness of life on Earth.
The talk, which starts at 7.30 pm, has been organised jointly by Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Woodbridge Wildlife Group and Suffolk Bird Group.
“We are very pleased to join with Suffolk Bird Group to bring Mark Cocker to Woodbridge” said Phil Smith, chair of Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Woodbridge Wildlife Group. “Mark has written many books on the natural world and I’m really pleased to give people in the local area the chance to hear such a high profile and interesting speaker.”
Eddie Bathgate, Chairman of Suffolk Bird Group said “This will be Mark Cocker’s seventh talk for our Group – he is one of our most regular speakers and we’re delighted to welcome him to Woodbridge as we celebrate fifty years of Suffolk Bird Group.”
Doors open at 7 pm for this talk. Entry is £5 for adults , with under 25’s free. Mr Smith added “There is no need to book for this talk, pay on the door but please note payment is by cash only. All entrants will be entered into a raffle to win a signed copy of Mark Cocker’s book “One Midsummer’s Day”.
Light refreshments will be served during the evening and there will also be a raffle and the opportunity to purchase Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s popular Christmas cards.
For more information about this talk please contact Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Woodbridge Wildlife Group by e mail email@example.com or telephone 01473 625630.