A number of OHs have changed their e-mail addresses with the result that e-mails with information about OH events/news are been ‘bounced’.
I would appreciate if the following would contact the Website (below) with their current address so that our Database can be updated.
David I. S. Bake
David H Charlton
Tony Mark Finn
Tracy Corbett (Shaw)
23rd April, Wednesday. 2014 v The Royal Hampshire Regiment
at the High Post Golf Club, between Salisbury & Amesbury. Meet at 11.45 for early lunch, Tee off 3pm. Team Manager, Roddy Long
! NEW EVENT !
Sunday May 4th, 2014. at Sidmouth Rugby Club
First game KO, 12noon.
For info contact No 1: Tim Huxtable.email@example.com
For info contact No 2: Seb Warner. firstname.lastname@example.org
THE OH WIMBLEDON WARM-UP
MIXED DOUBLES TENNIS TOURNAMENT – SATURDAY 10TH MAY 2014
at Leweston School near Sherborne, Dorset DT9 6EN
The Wimbledon Warm-Up Tennis Tournament on Saturday 10th May has been cancelled – lots of supporters, but sadly not enough actual players for them to watch!
You now have a year to practise and no excuse not to be match-fit for next year’s tournament! It will be one of the main events on the summer calendar in the year of the 500th anniversary celebrations. Note 9th May 2015 in your diary NOW!
Information from Myf Adams – tel 01963 210717 – email@example.com
West Country Buffet Luncheon
Saturday 17th May,
at The Belmont Hotel, Sidmouth.
12noon for 1.00pm
Contact Richard Bean: Tel No 01297 55391 for tickets @ £26 each
Mark Tatchell OH
Mark’s fascination with wildlife began during his childhood in Somerset and on the Undercliff while at Allhallows. He developed this passion into a successful career as a research entomologist and ecologist. Though he has worked primarily in an agricultural context the ecological principals are applicable to all ecosystems. The draw to wild places was always there and he took every opportunity to travel to enjoy and photograph the wildlife in many parts of the world.
Some ten years ago Mark started a new freelance consulting career. He travelled to the Antarctic for the first time in 2004 to fulfil a life-long ambition and was mesmerised by the quantity of wildlife and the raw beauty of the continent. As an award winning wildlife photographer Mark uses his images extensively in his presentations on the ecology and wildlife of the region. Since his first visit to Antarctica he has taken every opportunity to return so he can share his passion for the natural world with others. Mark is also an Honorary Professor at the University of Warwick.