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IGA EXCURSION : Knocksink Wood, Co. Wicklow Saturday 7th August, 2021

7 August, 2021 @ 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM IST

Dear Members,

We are absolutely delighted to announce that we are able to invite you to participate in an excursion once again!! We will be continuing to monitor risks associated with the pandemic, however as it stands currently, our Health & Safety Officer has deemed it safe to conduct small group excursions. Should this change, we will let you know! The trip below will take place entirely outdoors and participants will be asked to agree to follow all government and IGA Covid-19 guidelines at all times.

You can read a full Field Guide and details of the excursion HERE. Many thanks to our Excursion Secretary, Maria Cullen, for organising the trip and putting together this fantastic guide! Vital details are below:

Knocksink Wood Nature Reserve,
Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow
(Exact location will be communicated with registered attendees)

Saturday, 7th August,
11am – 3pm

Led by Melinda Lyons (TU Dublin)
and Howard Fox (IGA)

TO REGISTER please fill in the registration form HERE
Registration on a first come, first served basis.
Please register by Saturday 31st July.
Very few places!!!

N.B. All attendees will be expected to follow Covid-19 government guidelines
and the IGA Covid-19 guidelines.
You can view the IGA’s “Covid-19 Health & Safety Guidelines” Document HERE

Please note that non-members are only allowed to attend 1 excursion as a taster, and aside from that, excursions are for members only. If you would like to attend this excursion and have not renewed your membership for 2021, you can do so by filling in THIS FORM or you can contact us and we can e-mail you a form to print, fill out and e-mail back to us.

If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact us at info@geology.ie.

Stay safe!

Kind Regards,
IGA Council


Image: https://www.glencullenfarm.ie/news/knocksink-wood-nature-trail/


7 August, 2021
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM IST