To find out what’s on and where, take a look at our EVENTS CALENDAR and find listings for the following gatherings:
The Society headquarters is The Pelham-Clinton Building, Dinton Pastures Country Park, Davis Street, Hurst, Reading RG10 0TH, and provides a base to house the Society’s library and collections.
The Graham and Helen Howarth Room has meeting room accommodation for up to 36 people, while the library and collections are housed in adjacent rooms, with facilities for books, periodicals and specimens to be consulted and studied.
In order to make the library and collections available regularly to members, Open Days are held on specified Sundays (10.30–16.00).
In addition, workshops (10.30-16.00) are organised on Saturdays for members and visitors, particularly to help and encourage beginners, improvers and new members taking up the study of a group of invertebrates.
Contact Mike Edwards in the first instance because it may be possible to arrange a visit when a key holder is present at the building.
Excellent refreshments, including hot lunches, are available from the nearby café on the opposite side of the car park to the Pelham-Clinton Building, while there is also a small kitchen with facilities to make tea or coffee on the BENHS premises.