BSBI Wales Annual Meeting & AGM 2020
The Committee for Wales organises a meeting every year, holding an AGM and organising excursions in a different county of Wales. The 2020 Wales Annual Meeting & AGM will be held in Bangor, Caernarvonshire, from 26th to 28th June and bookings are now open. Scroll down to find out more. You can also find details of the Wales Annual Meeting, and all other field meetings taking place in Wales during 2020, on the BSBI Meetings page which is updated regularly.
Here is the Wales 2020 flyer which tells you about the meeting, the location, the excursions planned and the accommodation on offer.
Here is the Wales 2020 postal booking form but the PayPal option below is quick and easy to use and much easier for the organisers to administer, so we hope that you will use it if possible. Note that you don't need to have a PayPal account to use the booking facility.
Book for the entire event
Pick 'n' mix: book only for the accommodation/ meals/ packed lunches that you want
BSBI Wales Annual Meeting & AGM 2019
In 2019, the BSBI Wales Annual Meeting & AGM was held in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, and was organised by Richard and Kath Pryce, the joint County Recorders for Carmarthenshire. The meeting ran from Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd May and attendees also explored the highlights of the county's flora during three field days. These were to Burry Port, Capel Dyddgen and Pembrey Burrows taking in coasts, woods and both acid and basic meadows. Some of the plants seen are pictured on this page (hover over the image to see the caption). You can read more about the Annual Meeting field trips here.
Presentation from the 2019 Annual Meeting
Click on the link to view or download the presentation: An introduction to Validation from the Wales Meeting 2019
BSBI Wales Annual General Meeting 2018
In 2018 the Welsh AGM was held over the weekend of 17th-19th August in Cardiganshire at Aberystwyth on the University Campus, with a superb range of species and habitats within easy access. The line-up of speakers included Ray Woods, and there were workshops on plant identification (including vegetative keys with John Poland), exhibits (coastal plant variants and Forget-me-nots etc.) and visits to the University Herbarium, Botanic Gardens and landscaped grounds.