Annual General Meeting and Social

Thursday 24th February, 7pm at the Hexham Community Centre.

Our short AGM will be followed by an informal session where we can talk projects, develop our plans for 2022 and beyond, and have a long-overdue social get-together. Drinks and light nibbles will be provided. Please put the date in your diaries because we would love to see you all there!

Everyone in Tynedale is welcome, whether you are a TT member or not. Come along to find out more and chip in on local projects to help address the climate and biodiversity emergencies.

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Papers for the AGM can be found on these links:

Thanks for Reading.

“The environment is where we all meet; where we all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share.”

Lady Bird Johnson

One thought on “Annual General Meeting and Social

  1. Looking forward to seeing folk there. And to the Dark Skies talk tonight, Tuesday 15 February 2022, 7:30 pm
    Zoom joining details below

    Dark skies are essential for a healthy biodiversity, in particular for nocturnal insects and bats. Dark skies are also essential for our own health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, light pollution is spreading rapidly across the globe and beginning to affect even the darkest and most remote areas of our countryside

    Thankfully, Northumberland is recognised as having the most ‘pristine dark skies’ in England (CPRE Night Blight Report 2016) and in 2013, the whole of Northumberland National Park and most of Kielder Water & Forest Park became England’s first and largest ‘International Dark Sky Park’, a designation awarded by The International Dark-Sky Association. This presentation by Duncan Wise, Resident of Hexham, and member of the International Dark-Sky Association’s Dark-Sky Places Committee, will highlight the many benefits associated with having dark skies and explore how we all can play our part in conserving them. It will also explain how Hexham, becoming a Dark Sky Town could help this cause.”

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 847 0455 7450
    Passcode: DarkSkies

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