East Suffolk National Trust Association invite you to their March meeting at Ropes Hall Kesgrave War Memorial Community Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave, Ipswich, IP5 1JF. The start time is 7.15pm.

At the meeting on the 21 March, Reuben Denton Beasley and Karen Langley will be talking about the wildlife at Orford Ness, and, in particular, the project to help Lesser Black Backed Gulls establish a territory on the Ness. These birds have been declining in numbers since the nineteenth century, and are now on the Amber list of endangered species. The aim of the project is to provide large and safe plots of land, enabling the birds to have a successful nesting season. This is a must for all wildlife lovers. The talk will be preceded by a short AGM.

On 21 April, Roger Hermiston, a former BBC journalist will be giving a talk on George Blake The Greatest Spy of All. Visitors are welcome, entrance fee £3 each. The annual subscription is £8 per year (£12 per couple at same address). We publish three newsletters a year for members and enjoy interesting day outings and other events.

For more information, including details of future events and outings, contact our membership secretary at: membershipesnta@gmail.com or phone: 01473 723 761. Alternatively visit our website: https://sites.google.com/view/eastsuffolknta