The Lost Forest of Bernwood

Last edited by Thame Museum on 7 June 2021

Venue, Timing and Cost

Thame Museum Online Talk
Thursday, 17 June 2021
£7 / £5 members
Bernwood - discover what living and working in the Forest was like in mediaeval times

The Lost Forest of Bernwood is part of Thame Museum's programme of monthly online talks. Join John Tyler, ecologist, environmentalist and former Warden of the Seven Oaks Reserve in Kent as he takes you on a journey back in time to discover the secrets of this ancient forest. It has existed for over a thousand years and its very name conjures up images of the wildwood, but few people know where or what it was. Yet much of its ancient landscape and wildlife still survive, if you know where to look. Here we explore what it was like to live and work in the Forest in mediaeval times and look at some of the plants and animals that would have been familiar to forest people.

To book please visit our online shop on the Museum website: Tickets are £7 and £5 for members. The talk starts at 7.30pm

Further Information

Contact Details: 

Yvonne Maxwell, Publicity Manager, Thame Museum.
Tickets available from the online shop on the website

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