Tue 5 - Tue 5 July 2022
Accommodation is available at the Field Studies Centre. There are 47 bedrooms most of which are en-suite. There are 13 bedrooms on the ground floor level.
We will have exclusive use of the accommodation for Friday – Sunday nights although there may be some day bookings which will use some or the classrooms.
For three nights stay, the residential package will be £227 for shared occupancy per person, £257 for single occupancy per person. This includes dinner, bed and breakfast Friday, Saturday and Sunday and a packed lunch on the Sunday and Monday, as well as self-service unlimited tea and coffee with one serving of afternoon cake per person on the Saturday and Sunday.
The buffet lunch on Saturday will be £9.00 per person
If you are not staying for all three nights, the rate is £75 per person per night for shared occupancy and £85 per person per night single occupancy. This includes dinner, bed and breakfast and on the Sunday or Monday, a packed lunch.
Accommodation is also available on Thursday and Monday nights.
Bed and Breakfast (Thursday/Monday) £50 per person per night
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast (Thursday/Monday) £65 per person per night.
To book accommodation, contact Preston Montford after Monday 10th January, stating that you are part of the WFS Weekend, either by ringing 01743 852040 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For those travelling by train, there is a station in Shrewsbury, 4.5 miles from Preston Montford. There aren’t sufficient numbers for the Field Studies Centre to provide transport, but there are taxis available at the station, or they can be booked in advance. Cost approximately £15 – £20. Taxi sharing can be arranged nearer the time where possible.
If you have any queries, please contact Sheila Wynn, email@example.com, or phone 01200 425813
Field Meeting Programme: 2022 WFS Annual Members’ Meeting Schedule
The weekend field trips include the grounds of Preston Montford, the Old River Bed at Shrewsbury, the Montgomery Canal to look at the water and emergent plants or Llanymynech Quarry.
On Monday, we will visit Ironbridge Gorge, Telford. There will be a walk led by Martin Godfrey, to look at the ferns of Benthall Edge Wood, which has good paths although these are steep in places. For those who prefer more level terrain, there will be the option of a flatter walk in the woods.
After the AGM on Saturday afternoon, there will be a talk by Jonathan Drori, entitled, ‘Around the World in 80 Plants’. Jonathan (who is a member of the WFS) takes a trip across the globe, bringing to life the science of plants by revealing how their worlds are inextricably entwined with our own history, culture and folklore. For more information about Jonathan, visit his website, http://www.jondrori.co.uk/
Full details will be circulated with the summer issue of magazine and can be downloaded here.
Important information about Annual Members' Meeting