Date

Time

Location

Leader

Notes

Saturday 3rd

August

10:00


Ambarrow Woods,

SU824627



MW

A site with some wet areas that  should produce early-season fungi.

Tuesday 10th

September

10:15

Nettlebed Common,

SU702868


RDA

N.B. This is not our usual Nettlebed  parking place

Monday 23rd

September

10:15

Brazier’s Common

Woods, Checkendon,

SU667840


GC

A new area for TVFG with fairly   mixed woodland.

Saturday 28th

September

10:30


The Vyne, Sherborne St.John,

SU637568

MH

An all-day joint foray with HFRG at this NT site which has produced large numbers of fungi in the past.

Tuesday 1st

October

10:00

Mary’s Wood,

Winterbourne,

SU451719

GC


Park at Winterbourne Church. A chance to foray, by invitation, in 57 acres of privately-owned, relatively

unmanaged deciduous woodland.

Sunday 6th

October

11:00

Chalkhills, Whitchurch,

SU643776


SP

An interesting site with woodland either side of a grassy valley.

Friday 11th

October

10:00

Greenham Common,

SU 500650


MW

A very productive site last year: let’s hope for a warmer day!

Saturday12th/

Sunday 13th

October

To be confirmed

Chalkhills, Whitchurch,

SU643776


SP

A public event to mark UK Fungus Day.

Sunday 20th

October

11:00

Sulham Woods,

SU648744


PC

Another visit to this generally excellent regular TVFG foray location.

Sunday 27th

October

1030

Pamber Forest,

a.m. - SU616620

p.m. - SU623603


MH

Joint foray with HFRG, which will continue in the afternoon in the S of the forest.

Sunday 3rd

November

1000

Great Copse, Farley Hill,

SU749651


MW

A deciduous woodland site, previously forayed in 2009

Monday 11th

November

11:00

Greenacres Health Club,

nr Greenham,

SU481654


SK

An area of grassland, with woods nearby, if the grassland is poor.

Sunday 24th

November

11:00

Lackmore Wood,

Woodcote,

SU660814


PC

Mixed woodland site, with possibly a late lunch afterwards?

N.B. Whitchurch Bridge is due to be closed for a long period from September/ October this year, although the date has not yet been announced. Alternative routes to cross the Thames are through Reading or Goring.

TVFG FORAYS 2013