The Evolution of a Chalkland Landscape

The Woodford Valley

The Evolution of a Chalkland Landscape


An Illustrated Talk by Hadrian Cook


Woodford Village Hall


Friday 6th May 2022 at 7.00pm


An opportunity to learn about the make-up of the ground under our feet in the Woodford Valley, how agriculture and the use of land has evolved since mediaeval times, the ways in which this has affected the landscape and the development of local industry that comes with this evolution.

Your rambles through our fine countryside will never be quite the same again after you have heard Hadrian’s presentation. Don’t miss it - the Village Hall has limited capacity so please apply early to avoid disappointment.

Hadrian Cook is an acknowledged expert on our landscape. He teaches landscape and local history, geology and environmental social science at Salisbury and is a trustee at the Harnham Water Meadows Trust.

Doors open 6.30pm  Talk starts 7.00pm

Tickets £15.00 to include a glass of wine

Register by email to

Payment to:

Woodford Valley PCC, sort code 40 40 14, Account 02067781, Ref ‘Hadrian’


The proceeds will be split between Woodford Valley Churches and charity to support the plight of the Ukrainian people.

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