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The Nottinghamshire Fungi Group

The NFG welcomes anyone interested in learning more about the fungi that can be found in Nottinghamshire.

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Spring Forays 2018

5th May Saturday Jubilee Ponds, Bleasby 10.00hr
Location is Grid Ref SK716495. From A612 turn right at Thurgarton for Bleasby if travelling from the West. If coming from Southwell turn left. Post Code is NG14 7GG. We have permission to park at The Waggon & Horses pub at Bleasby where lunchtime meals are available. Please park in an orderly manner away from the entrance.

20th May Sunday Little Normanshill Plantation near Thieves Wood. 10.00hr
From Nottingham take the A60 towards Mansfield. In Ravenshead at the lights take the B6020 towards Kirkby after about 1 mile take a right towards Sutton in Ashfield, 3/4 mile turn LEFT into a small car park.
From the north take the A60 towards Nottingham, at Ravenshead lights turn right onto the B6020 and follow as above.


Autumn Forays 2018

Provisional dates and venues:

11.08.18 Thoresby Courtyard, cafe in the courtyard afterwards

02.09.18 Sookholme/Shirebrook

15.09.18 Stonehills Plantation, nr Mansfield

30.09.18 Vicar Water, Clipstone

07.10.18 National Fungi Day, Edwinstowe

17.10.18 Blidworth Bottoms

24.10.18 Deer Dale/Browns Covert, Sherwood Pines (not the car park)

28.10.18 Barrow Hills

04.11.18 Bunny Wood

10.11.18 Spalford Warren


No previous knowledge is necessary to enjoy learning about fungi.

Interested? Then contact us or turn up at one of our forays.

Chair: Ann Ward - telephone: 0775 1857369    

Recorder: Di Mears - telephone: 01246 857371  

Secretary: Terry Pears - telephone: 0115 9208553  

Subscription to the Nottinghamshire Fungi Group is £6.00 per person per annum, the membership year starts 1st January.

Details about joining or renewing your subscription can be found  HERE

Links to local and national groups

Fungus Conservation Trust (was ABFG)  British Mycological Society (BMS)  Fungal Records Database of Britain and Ireland (FRDBI)  Leicestershire Fungi Study Group (LFSG)