Woodlands and neutral grassland. Leaders: David Hawkins and Jenny Greenwood. Further details tbc.

Leader:  Clive Lovatt. A joint meeting with the Gloucestershire Naturalists’ Society to look at the very species-rich open east-facing Oolitic limestone banks of this Cotswold hill-fort, where the rare Drabella muralis(formerly Draba muralis) Wall Whitlowgrass, occurs.

Leaders: David Hawkins and a BNS entomologist. A joint meeting of BNS Botany and Entomology sections. This Bristol City Council site, so prominent beside the M32, is soon to be subject to cattle-grazing. As well as benefiting from cross-pollination, we

Leader: Helena Crouch. A visit to this justifiably popular limestone promontory, where Koeleria vallesiana, Somerset Hair-grass (not recognised there until the early 1970s!), and Trinia glauca, Honewort, grow together, along with many other rare plants. For a preview of what

Leader: Clive Lovatt. A joint meeting with the Gloucestershire Naturalists’ Society, visiting the GWT reserve for Stachys alpina, Limestone Woundwort and the stunning Oolitic grassland slopes of Coombe Hill.