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Indoor Events

Indoor events organised by the RSPB Doncaster Local Group are held at The Twickenham Suite, Castle Park, Armthorpe Road. DN2 5QB. There is plenty of free parking and good access for people with disabilities.

A £2 entry fee is charged to members and non-members are welcome to attend for an entry fee of £4. Children under 16 can attend for free but they must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Start time for these meetings is 7pm (Except AGM 6.45pm). Doors open at 6.30pm. Room vacated by 9pm.

Outdoor Events

View of Humber Bridge from Far Ings Nature Reserve

The RSPB Doncaster Local Group organises a number of bird-watching trips. Meet at the venue at the time stated in the events listing.
If you have no transport, or have spare seats in your car then please contact Judith Ostle prior to the day of the trip. The list of imminent events can be found by clicking on events on the main menu at the top of the page. For the full programmes of events click on the ‘view PDF’ button below.
Some venues are suitable for wheelchairs, please ask. Some trips are by coach. 
Bring binoculars, appropriate outdoor clothing (avoid bright colours and noisy fabrics) and a packed lunch. Some sites have cafe facilities and this will be indicated in the events listing.
If you are new to bird-watching this is the ideal way to learn, as more experienced members are only too pleased to help.

Non-members are charged £4 for each visit.


BOOKING FOR COACH TRIPS IS ESSENTIAL 


If you intend to go on outdoor trips please always tell Judith ( 01302 885334), or if she is unavailable Steve Pynegar, (07879990817). We need to know who to expect, and may need to cancel if there is bad weather or no-one else is going.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEE

The annual membership fee lasts from September 1st to August 31st. The fees are shown below.

Adult – £12  Couple  – £20  Children up to 16yrs – FREE

PROGRAMME 2022/23

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