Terry Waite will remember one of Britain’s best-loved naturalists during a visit to Lancashire this month.
The former hostage victim, a church envoy who was held in Lebanon for three years in the 1980s, will join members of the Romany Society on a visit to the Martin Mere wildfowl reserve, near Burscough on Saturday, October 29.
The society has been set up in memory of naturalist George Bramwell-Evans, the former broadcaster known as ‘the Romany of the BBC’, and has Mr Waite as a patron.
He will also open a new bird feeding station at the reserve’s Canoe Safari and have a tour of its Roundhouse Village.
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