The Forum organises regular meetings which are open to all. Future meetings are shown below. The list should be updated at least every three months. Other meetings of interest are sometimes included. Thursday 7 September Come and Learn to Scythe at our Rosamund Community Garden with Champion scyther Mark Allery. Everything you need to know to mow. Cost £35 per head. 1000 to 1600. Contact John Bannister – 01483 570468 or 07443 914347 for more details and to register. Tuesday 26 September Geographical Association of Guildford. Talk by Dr Oliver Mould of Royal Holloway College: “Globalisation and Culture – the Emergence of a Global Culture”. 1730. Auditorium, Royal Grammar School, Upper High Street, Guildford. Saturday/Sunday 30 September/1 October Apple pressing at the Surrey Hills Wood Fair, Birtley House, Bramley. We will have our usual stall at this ever-expanding event, providing fresh apple juice for everyone to sample and buy. From 1000. Please come and support us. Saturday 7 October Rosamund Community Garden Open Day at our Longdown Road site. Fresh fruit and veg from the garden for sale. Hot soup and other refreshments. Pressed apple juice from our and our neighbour’s orchards. Activities for children. 1200 to 1600. Do come and join in. Tuesday 17 October Geographical Association of Guildford. Talk by Mr Peter Fergusson, South Coast Projects Engineer, Coastal Group, New Forest DC: “Monitoring, Management and Engineering of the Coastal Environment”. Peter is the lead engineer for Southern Region coastal authorities. 1730. Auditorium, Royal Grammar School, Upper High Street, Guildford. Monday 6 November Talk by Jim Jones, Living Landscapes Project Manager, Surrey Wildlife Trust: “Hedgerow Heroes”. The history and benefits of hedgerows in Surrey, and the Trust’s new Citizen Science project. 1900. Room 6, Hurtmore, GBC Millmead Offices.