News from one of South York’s MBNAs
Roy Stewart MBNA has been invited to join the Royal Society of Biology as a Fellow.
The RSB is an organisation which represents a diverse membership of individuals, learned societies and other organisations. Their vision is for a world that understands the true value of biology and how it can improve life for all. Many of the members are practising scientists and professors in academia, and with Roy’s background as a retired senior lecturer in biomedical sciences – specialising in histopathology and cancer biology, this made him an excellent choice for fellowship.
Congratulations Roy, well done!
Hon Chairman Steve Rutherford presented Richard Hall MBNA with his certificate at Idle Valley WLT nature reserve on 2nd May 2019
Hon. Chairman Steve joined members from Herts Branch on their walk around Berkhamsted Common, looking at lichens, flowers and trees
Steve on the right of the photo having lunch in the woodland
19th January 2019
Hon. Chairman Steve met 17 members from Taw and Exmoor Branch at Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetland Trust reserve. A very enjoyable visit and great to meet some of the members. We saw Smew, Pintail, Water rail, Snipe and Common Crane. Steve took a photo from the observatory tower and joined in a group photo with the members; and also posed next to the Statue of Sir Peter Scott the founder of the reserve and long time Vice-President of the BNA.
Exciting News! As from 9th October 2018
South Yorkshire Chairman Steve Rutherford FBNA has been voted in as the new Hon. BNA Chairman!
Steve follows Roger Tabor who has stepped down from the position after 20 years as Chairman. Roger will take up the position of Hon. President from David Bellamy who is also stepping down from the role.
South Yorkshire members send Roger their best wishes in his new role.