In this newsletter: BCRA Cave Science Symposium. Saturday 27 November 2021, BCRA AGM. Saturday 27 November 2021, BCRA Annual Review for 2020, December Seminar, BCRA Council Officers for 2021.
BCRA Cave Science Symposium. Saturday 27 Nov 2021
If you have registered to attend the Science Symposium, you should have received a copy of the programme. If not, please contact the organisers. If you are attending via Zoom, the connection info can be found here. Any last-minute essentials will be posted to our Facebook page.
BCRA AGM. Saturday 27 November 2021
Our AGM will take place during a break in the Science Symposium at 12:30 to 13:15. This is a slightly later time than originally advertised. More details can be found on the BCRA website.
If you are attending via Zoom, the connection information can be found here. Any last-minute essentials will be posted to our Facebook page (see above for link).
BCRA Annual Review for 2020
Our Annual Review magazine for 2020 is now available. You can read it online here. The Review is being printed at the moment, and free copies will be mailed to BCRA member clubs and to our journal exchange partners. If individuals would like a copy on paper, please order it here.
We have added another talk to our series of monthly online seminars. On 13 December, Rob Dinnis will speak on “Searching for early prehistory in British caves”. More details can be found here.
BCRA Council Officers for 2021
At the end of 2021 Dave Gough will be standing down from Council, and we thank him sincerely for the work he has done over the last ten years, including his role as BCRA treasurer for several years, and his help in handling publications sales and shipment. From 1 January 2022 we will have a new Council member, Mike Rogerson of Northumbria University. Further information can be found here.
David Gibson. BCRA Secretary