Welsh Officer

Dr Polly Spencer-Vellacott is the BSBI's Welsh Officer, providing support to vice-county recorders and other active BSBI members in Wales. This can include support in relation to using computers and MapMate to manage data, or in planning a recording strategy.

Polly can be contacted on 0300 0653 893 or 07967 820305.

Visit Polly's blog or scroll down to download her latest newsletter. 

Vice-County Recorder Reports

Download  Vice-County Recorder Reports 2016 
                      Vice-County Recorder Reports 2015 

Dryopteris workshop 2017

*NEW* The Dryopteris workshop (1st-3rd Sept 2017) will be at Rhyd-y-Creuau Field Centre. It is now fully booked, but you can add your name to the waiting list by emailing Polly. If you have already booked and had your place confirmed, you can use this link to pay for the workshop.

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Welsh AGM 2017

Every year the Committee for Wales organises a meeting around the Welsh AGM. This year the Welsh AGM will be combined with the BSBI Annual Summer Meeting and will be held in Flintshire. For more details click here. For more information about the Welsh AGM click here.

Euphrasia Workshop

There are still places available on Chris Metherell's Euphrasia workshop in Cardiff on 1st March. For more details please see the meetings page or email Polly.

If you have booked on the course you can pay the course fee here by PayPal.

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Welsh Bulletin

For back issues, go to the bottom of this page *NEW* Issues for 2014-2015 now available.

The Bulletin is produced twice a year and contains articles and news items of interest and importance to Wales. *NEW*  Here is a taster of the latest one.

Welsh members of the BSBI automatically receive a copy of the BSBI Welsh Bulletin. Most back issues are still available on request (originals, black and white photocopies or electronic  versions) at £2 per issue, please contact either Sally Whyman or Katherine Slade.

News, articles and accompanying photographs for the Welsh Bulletin are very welcome. The editors are Richard Pryce, Katherine Slade, Sally Whyman.

Records for publication in Welsh Bulletin should be submitted using the form below (Excel format).

Record submission form.  

Glynhir Recording Week 2017

Book here for the Glynhir Recording Week, Carmarthenshire. (VC44) Monday 26th June to Monday 3rd July 2017. 

Rare Plant Registers

Wales is very close to being the first country to have a Rare Plant Register for every county. Visit the Montgomeryshire page to download the 2017 update

Welsh Officer's Newsletter

PDF downloads of Welsh Bulletin