Indoor Meetings

    Our indoor meetings are usually held on the first Thursday evening of the month from September through to May. They normally take the form of an illustrated talk, given by a wildlife expert or a wildlife photographer, on the natural world, wildlife conservation, landscape, or a related topic. The meetings are held at 7-30 pm, temporarily at the Lyttelton Rooms, Church Street, Great Malvern WR14 2AY, next to the Priory Church (for more details see the News page). The charge is £2.50 for adults
    , children free. Refreshments are included. Everyone is very welcome at all our events and meetings, including non-WWT members and children.

    For details of forthcoming Indoor Meetings see Calendar.

    Click below to see short reports of previous Indoor Meetings.

    April 2018 The work of the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

    February 2018 The Natural Wonders of an English County

    January 2018 Return of the Native - Pine Marten recovery in England & Wales

    December 2017 Butterflies Bounce Back on the Malverns

    November 2017 The restoration of Blackhouse Wood

    October 2017 Bird Migration

    September 2017 Islands of the South Atlantic

    May 2017  The Management of the Hills - Looking Ahead

    April 2017 Our Changing Wildlife

    March 2017 Farming and Wildlife

    February 2017 Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

    January 2017 Biodiversity and Conservation and 40th Anniversary Celebration

    December 2016 Our local raptors

    November 2016 Can we restore our native mammal predators to Britain?

    October 2016 Animals behaving badly

    September 2016 Butterflies of the Chilterns and Butterfly Conservation 

    April 2016 Introduction to Insects

    March 2016 The Nature of Randan Meadows

    February 2016 Scottish Wildlife

    January 2016 The wild plants of the Malvern hills

    December 2015 Question and Answer forum

    November 2015 Nature conservation and urban development

    October 2015 Ravenshill reserve

    September 2015 The breeding birds of northern Britain

    May 2015 Foxes and badgers

    April 2015 British butterflies

    March 2015 Wildlife on your doorstep

    February 2015 Bees and beekeeping

    January 2015 The Colwall Orchard project

    November 2014 UK marine wildlife

    October 2014 Nature and conservation: the work of a wildlife group

    May 2014 The management of the Malvern Hills

    March 2014 Notable trees of the Malverns

    February 2014 South Worcestershire reserves

    January 2014 Amphibians of Worcestershire and beyond

    December 2013 The natural history of Christmas

    November 2013 The biking birder

    October 2013 Mushrooms and fungus

    May 2013 Otters