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Men of Pitton visit to Gilbert White’s House

Wednesday 18 November 2015 at 09:15

The Men of Pitton are organising a trip to see Gilbert White’s House and The Oates Collection at Selbourne. Full details below.

Event - Gilbert WhiteSee the house and find out about the life and work of “the man who got us all birdwatching”

The Oates Collection exhibits focus on the lives and adventures of two members of the Oates Family, both pioneers and explorers of the natural world.

This trip is for members of the Men of Pitton, only. For more information about the Men of Pitton, please click here.

Hello  Men of Pitton,
This is a fascinating and most original museum which celebrates important individuals in the exploration of the natural world set in the Village of Selbourne, a site of Special Scientific Interest.
Cost of entry is £8.50. We propose to leave Pitton at 9.15am to arrive at approx 10.30am.Time for coffee.Spend approx 2 hours at the museum and then lunch at the Selbourne Arms which has been recommended.We expect to arrive back in Pitton at approx 3.45pm.
Meet at WHITEHILL LODGE at 9.15am. Volunteer drivers please.
If you would like to come, please let JOHN know by SUNDAY 15th. NOVEMBER so that he can arrange lifts.
I will be circulating the proposed programme for the next 12 months shortly.
Look forward to hearing from you.  Kind regards to all. Cheers. John.

Gilbert White's House