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TORTOISE CLUB EVENTS & MEETINGS 2017

 

2017 Events organised by the club:

 

Please note that all the events organised by the club will take place at: Hethersett Village Hall, Back lane, Norfolk, NR9 3JJ. There will be a £2 entrance fee per person except for the AGM. Members and children can enter for FREE. 

 

Sat 25th Feb 2017. 10:15 - 13:15 EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING (EGM) AND TORTOISE TALK: Waking up from hibernation and how to rehome a tortoise through the club. Talk starts at 11AM.  The EGM vote will take place at approximately 10:45AM.
Download a black and white poster HERE. Download a colour poster HERE.

 

Sat 6th May. 11am - 3pm. TORTOISE TALK: How to grow and find suitable tortoise food (weeds) and how to design suitable tortoise enclosures. 

 

Sat 22nd July. 11am - 3pm SUMMER TORTOISE HEALTH CHECK EVENT: Includes the option to have your tortoise wormed and micro-chipped. 

 

Sat 9th Sept. Volunteer and paid member social. Linton Zoo.

 

Sat 23rd Sept. 11am - 3pm. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING (EGM) &  AUTUMN TORTOISE HEALTH CHECK EVENT & TORTOISE TALK: Includes talk on how to see your tortoise through a safe hibernation. The EGM will take place at the start of the talk: approx 12 midday.

 

 

Monday 13th November. 7pm onwards (specifics TBC)  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM): Support your club and vote for a new committee. 

 

 

 

2017 External events which the club is attending with a stall/ pitch:

 

4th April 2017. Spring Fling.  Royal Norfolk Showground, Dereham Rd, Costessey, Norwich NR5 0TT. 

 

28th & 29th June. Royal Norfolk Show. Royal Norfolk Showground, Dereham Rd, Costessey, Norwich NR5 0TT. 

 

 

Event FAQ’s:

Can I bring my tortoise to an event?
We run specific and clearly advertised tortoise health check events throughout the year, whereby visitors are encouraged to bring their tortoise(s) along in order to receive informal advice from our experienced volunteers. Please note that tortoises must remain in secure boxes. Although opinion can be given by club members, this must not replace veterinary help, when necessary. Alcohol gel or disposable gloves must be used if tortoises are handled. The club cannot be held responsible for advice and treatment given.

Would Norfolk Tortoise Club be able to attend our event or deliver a talk to our community group?
Please contact us via info@tortoiseclub.org with the details of your event or activity. Please note that our attendance is based on the availability of volunteers. A small donation to continue the clubs work and payment towards volunteer travel expenses is appreciated.

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