Training & Education Committee
Members of the committee are: Sarah Whild (chair), Sue Townsend (secretary), Paul Ashton, Mark Duffell, Peter Gateley, Brenda Harold, John Warren, Alex Lockton & Clare OíReilly.
Resources for beginners
A leaflet written by Clare OíReilly with suggestions for beginners on how to get started in botany.
Are you hoping to study to be a botanist but don't know what degree to take or how to specialize? Download the Connexions Botany Careers Leaflet here.
For a web site aimed at school age children, visit SAPS.
Our library is hosted for us at Manchester Metropolitan UniversityĎs premises in Shrewsbury.
Most of our books and journals come from donations, and we can guarantee to take responsible care of anything that we receive. Duplicates and surplus material is found a good home at Field Centres around the country. We also digitize our own publications and books that are out of copyright, copies of which are held in the library.
If you are interested in donating, to the library, please contact Sarah Whild.
We are grateful to the following for contributions:
Mike Atkinson, Ian Bennallick, Chris Boon, Michael Braithwaite, Mary Briggs, Karl Crowther, Trevor Dines, Bob Ellis, Gwynn Ellis, Jean Green, Simon Leach, Audrey Locksley, Ian McNeill, Roy Maycock, Richard Middleton, Richard Pankhurst, James Partridge, Sharon Pilkington, Mike Poulton, Richard Pryce, Paul Reade, Clive Stace, Wiltshire Botanical Society, Goronwy Wynne, Brian & Barbara Ballinger, The University of Hull, William Peter Wheldon and to the estates of Alan Underhill, Alice Lambert, John Lavender, John Ounsted, Melody Ryle and Max Walters.