Thurs 3 November 6-8.15pm. Free.

At the David Attenborough Building, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3QZ.

The Cambridge Nature Network (CNN) is a local initiative to help nature recover in the Cambridge area. It is a local response to the global biodiversity and climate crisis. We are delighted to host a panel discussion around this ambitious initiative. The panel will look at different aspects of the work carried out so far and outline how it could lead to both improved habitats and more natural greenspaces around our city. The discussion will be preceded by our Annual General Meeting, the programme as follows:

5.45 pm.   Doors open

6.00 – 6.45 pm.   Annual General Meeting (click here for agenda)

6.45 – 7.15 pm.   Refreshments

7.15 pm.   CNN Panel Discussion & Questions

8.15 pm. Close

You are welcome to join for just the Annual Meeting, just the discussion or both; it is free but you must book tickets in advance as numbers will be capped by the size of the room. Please book your tickets below.

Members of the charity who cannot attend the AGM and wish to appoint a proxy to vote at the meeting on their behalf, please click here to download a proxy form. You will need to complete it and return it to us before the meeting.

Directions to the venue: To get to the main reception, enter the site through the Pembroke Arch on Downing Street and continue straight past the Museum of Zoology. There is lift access opposite the bike racks or you can use the stairs.

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