Following the format of Café Scientifiques around the U.K. The relaxed format allows discussion and questions over refreshments and is open to all. Remember, there is no such thing as a silly question!  All are welcome.

The  next talk will be given by: Jane Toll, who worked for the Global Crop Diversity Trust, which stores seeds in the “Doomsday vault” in Svalbard in Norway.

Conserving Crop Diversity: From the Arctic Circle to the Dorset coast.  

Where: At the Castle Kitchen, Highcliffe Castle, BH23 4LE (Parking will be available for attendees but parking charges may apply at 50p for 4 hours). 

When:  Thursday January the 16th, from 5.000-8.00pm, (talk starts at 6.00pm with Q&A after)

For the price of a cup of coffee or glass of wine, come and enjoy our café style layout. Food available.

Castle Kitchen special menus:   Food      Refreshments 

For more information:

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