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A detailed look into covering the ancient tropical environment that formed the chalk, when dinosaurs ruled the earth and marine reptiles ruled the seas.

  • 19:30pm
  • Hythe

A short AGM (10 minutes) followed by an illustrated talk by Melanie Wrigley from White Cliffs Countryside Partnership covering the ancient tropical environment that formed the chalk, when dinosaurs ruled the earth and marine reptiles ruled the seas!  Hear about the wildlife of chalk grassland and the work of WCCP to conserve this nationally important habitat.

Hot drinks and biscuits available. Donations to the evening’s costs will be appreciated.

LEADER: Folkestone, Hythe and Dover local group of Kent Wildlife Trust.  For details call Pauline Bateson (01304 853503 or email pauline.bateson@btinternet.com).

MEET: The Salvation Army Hall, Portland Road, Hythe, CT21 6EG (TR 153 345).

DURATION: 2.25 hours.

Assistance dogs only.

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