Zoom Meeting for Members to share Nature Notes

There will be a Zoom Meeting on 11 Jan at 7:30pm for members to share any Nature Notes that they may like to share. If you have the Zoom application you can enter the meeting Id and password as below. If you do not have the Zoom Application, then you can click on the link and enter the password. The application is not required.

Topic: Nature Notes at the Upper Wharfedale Field Society meeting.
Time: Jan 11, 2021 07:30 PM GMT (Grassington mean time)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 752 7005 9723
Passcode: XWaUD0

Bee Together Talks

Catherine Mercer was scheduled to give a talk on “The Bee Together Project – bringing communities together to take action for pollinators”. Instead the Yorkshire Dales Millenium Trust is hosting a series of Bee related online talks over the coming weeks.  Further details and how to book can be found here.

The dates are

  • Thurs Jan 28 @ 7pm: Pollinators and Pollination – Nature and Society
  • Thurs Feb 18 @ 7pm: B-lines
  • Thurs Feb 25 @ 7pm: The Hidden Lives of Garden Bees

Yorkshire Archaelogical and Historical Society

On 9th Jan @ 11.00am professional genealogist Jackie Depelle will give a lecture entitled, ‘Family History, What is it all about?’  If you are interested in joining this session please contact John Korna via blackadder47@btinternet.com so that he can supply you with the Zoom link if there is ‘space’ available.

In the afternoon from 2.00 pm, Professor Sarah Rees-Jones, Professor of Medieval History at the University of York, will give a lecture entitled, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight‘, about the unexplored histories of the medieval north at the time of the Black Death.  If you would like to join this session you will need to register in advance using the following link:


Yorkshire Dales National Park Local Plan 2023-2040

The Park Authority are moving the Local Plan Discussion forward and the time has come to start a detailed conversation about housing growth and to invite landowners and communities to submit appropriate sites for new development. Therefore Consultation No. 3 – Exploring our options: Building new homes is available to view on the Local Plan webpage, where all relevant documents, maps and contact details for responses can be found.