Formed in 1946, Camberley Natural History Society is a lively group with an extensive programme of indoor and outdoor meetings to suit most tastes.

Indoor meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month (except August), at High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley at 7.30.pm. The lectures are on varied topics ranging from grasses to flies and weather forecasting to wild-life painting. 

The walks and outings are to many local places of interest including such reserves as Lightwater Country Park, Brentmoor Heath, Moor Green Lakes and Thursley Common. We also have trips further afield to such places as Pagham Harbour, Arundel, Selborne, Kew, Whipsnade Zoo, Tring Natural History Museum and many other sites of Natural History interest. Other society activities include conservation work, coach trips, social events, summer evening walks and additional events organised at shorter notice. 

For further information about our society, how to join and a 'diary of forthcoming events' please contact one of the following committee members:


President: Dr Pat Morris, MBEChairman: Bernard Baverstock 01276 22574Email: bernardbaverstock@talktalk.net Vice Chairman: 
Honorary Programme Secretaty: Joan Morrad 01276 22574
Email: joan morrad@talktalk.netHonorary Secretary: Irene Draper
Treasurer: Jenny Hillman 


Contact Information

Small Map

Indoor meetings at
High Cross Church
Knoll Road
GU15 3SY


01276 22574

Upcoming event

“The History of Weather forecasting”.

Thursday 07 November 2019

Talk by Ian Currie.
Weatherman Supremo!