RSPB 70 years at Havergate Island

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Published on: September 4, 2019

The Roger David Burrows Music Fund presents the next in its talk series:

RSPB 70 years at Havergate Island
(Suffolk’s only island)

By Steve Everett,
Volunteer guide, photographer and presenter for RSPB Havergate Island and Minsmere

Monday, 14th October 2019
7:30 pm

At
St Michael’s Church Centre,
The Drift, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, Suffolk IP5 3PL

Admission £5.00
at the door or by ticket in advance

Light refreshments and a raffle.

The venue is fully accessible and there is adjacent free parking.

Tickets, £5.00, can be obtained in advance from the Burrows family, 17 Squires Lane, Martlesham Heath, Suffolk IP5 3UG, please provide a stamped addressed envelope, and
any cheques payable to ‘The Roger David Burrows Music Fund’.

It is 70 years since the RSPB took over ownership of Havergate Island, 267 acres of nature reserve in the River Ore, just below Orford. Join Steve Everett for an illustrated talk about the history, wildlife and people that have shaped Suffolk’s only island over the years.

Steve Everett is a volunteer guide, photographer & presenter for the RSPB at their Havergate Island and Minsmere reserves. When he is not leading guided walks, photography tutorials or driving safaris, you’ll find him pointing out wildlife in hides and hotspots across the reserves together with his wife, Davene.

Further information about the above event and the Music Fund can be obtained from the
Burrows family (01473 625196)

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