Woking LA21, with the support of Woking Borough Council, will host their Annual General Meeting at the H.G. Wells Conference and Events Centre on Wednesday 19 November at 7.30pm.
The free to attend event will provide an opportunity for attendees to discover more about the work of LA21 and their projects, including Operation Owl, WOLF the new Woking Local Food Directory, Energy Action and Woking’s new wetland reserve at Heather Farm.
Special guest, Sarah Jane Chimbwandira, Biodiversity, Evidence and Policy Officer at Surrey Wildlife Trust, will provide the keynote speech ‘Putting the wild back into Woking’ about how local people can appreciate, study and protect the wildlife on their doorstep.
Charles Barber, spokesperson for Woking LA21, said: “We are delighted to welcome Sarah Jane from Surrey Wildlife Trust, to this year’s LA21 Annual General Meeting. Sarah Jane will give a fascinating talk about how local people can get involved in encouraging all kinds of wildlife into their own back garden, local parks, open spaces and waterways. The AGM is free to attend and we look forward to welcoming members and anyone else who would like to learn more about our conservation work.”
The Woking Local Action 21 Group (LA21) was set up to tackle environmental, social and economic issues at a local level. It works closely with Woking Borough Council to make sure that they are helping everyone towards a sustainable, improved quality of life, now and in the future.
The AGM is free to attend and will be held at 7.30pm, Wednesday 19 November 2014 at the H.G. Wells Conference and Events Centre. No need to book, simply turn up on the evening.
For further information about the event, please visit https://wokingla21.wordpress.com, phone 01483 743413, or emailwokingla21@yahoo.co.uk

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