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Mike C.
Maidenhead, GB
Delighted to see the interest in our Fungi Walk on 15th October, though this has meant that some people are having to wait to see if places become available.  For those not able to join us we have learnt of a similar walk being organised by the National Trust the following Saturday, 21st October.  It's at Maidenhead Thicket from 2 to 4pm. Afraid you'll have to pay for this one, though!

Full details on the NT website via this link - https://www.nationalt...­. Scroll down to 'Upcoming Events'.  It's being led by Martin Woolner who will be leading a tree-discovery walk for us in November.  News on this soon.

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