Not only were our founding fathers gifted and farsighted men but throughout the last one hundred and forty three years numerous entomological luminaries have been nurtured within our walls. The opportunity to mix with established entomologists and to make use of our library and collections has always been of paramount importance.
Since the Society found a permanent home at Dinton Pastures, the activities and facilities we have been able to offer have increased dramatically. The Society now runs a series of workshops on all insect orders, open days with the use of a range of microscopes and has a much expanded library and collection. An increased programme of field meetings is offered and our ordinary meetings and annual exhibition and dinner continue.