fen folks fridays
Looking forward to seeing you this friday for our last free zoom #FenFolksFriday featuring Lyn Gibb de Swarte talking about #FenSkating and we’ll have a small quiz (wear your christmas jumper). See you there. Please book in advance…
A huge thank you to @jamesboycebooks writer of Imperial mud, and Ivor Rowlands from @shakespearesGH for speaking at our last #FenFolksFriday. This friday our talk will be from @fensbiosphere. Please book in advance via link below…. #TheFens #Fens
Upcoming Fen Folks Fridays events:
Friday 20th November: Featured: Fens Biosphere. Spotlight: Fascinating Fens update
Friday 4rd December: Featured: Lyn Gibb de Swarte on Fen Skating.
Please book in advance for Fen Folks Fridays, please press here to find the links.
If you love the fens, join us for free zoom #FenFolksFridays. 20th November 7.30pm, speaker is Rachael from @fenbiosphere and update from #FascinatingFens. Please book in advance….
Our featured topic will be from Rachael Brown from the Fens Biosphere. Rachael will be giving a presentation about the aims, people involved and progress of the proposed UNESCO Fens Biosphere.
She’ll ask to pick your brains…in order to apply for Biosphere status they (Fens Biosphere partnership) need to show how people value the Fens, what their concerns for the future are and if they think the Biosphere is a good idea for the area. Rachael hopes you will be happy to help out and give her your opinions. Don’t hold back!
The evening’s spotlight talk (20mins) will be from Fascinating fens. Karen creator of Fascinating fens will be giving a brief overview of how fascinating fens started, current projects and hopes for the future.
Join us for our free zoom Fen Folks Friday, 25th September 7.30pm. Thanks to Paul Burrows who will be speaking about flood management in the fens. Please book in advance. More info… https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fen-folks-fridays-september-2020-tickets-121714241573
Fen Folk Fridays are a fantastic way to meet others who love all things about the fens. Great speakers each monthly meet up.
Do you love the fens? If so, join our monthly zoom “Fen Folks Fridays” to meet others who share your interest. Each meeting will include 1-2 speakers about topics relating to the fens. It will also include updates of forthcoming events in the fens.
Our September event will include a talk from Paul Burrows who is a Flood & Coastal Risk Manager for the River Great Ouse catchment at the Environment Agency. Paul will share how the uniqueness of the Fens and the importance of flood management infrastructure has captured his heart and is challenging his brain. He’ll provide an overview as to how the Environment Agency are working with other organisations to face the challenge of a changing climate in an area that is so very dependent upon the effective availability and management of water.
Karen from Fascinating fens will also give a brief overview during the meeting about the current fascinating fens projects, including opportunities for the community to get involved. Fascinating fens believes in engaging communities to promote and explore the fens through heritage, creativity, nature, wellbeing and accessibility.
Forthcoming events in the fens will be discussed including the Soham pumpkin fair.
The next Fen folks Fridays will be: October 23rd and November 20th.