The event will be held at ZSL’s headquarters in London Zoo on Friday 30th September 2011. Tickets are £5 for Froglife Friends, £8.50 for other toad lovers. There will also be a raffle and a chance to donate on the night, with funds raised shared by Froglife and ZSL to contribute to amphibian conservation projects. This will be the grand finale to our year long ‘Tuppence a Toad’ campaign.
The important details:
Tuppence a Toad: Tales from UK Toad Conservation and Beyond
Friday September 30th
The Huxley Theatre, London Zoo, Regents Park, London, NW14RY
Doors open at 6pm with time to buy drinks and mingle
Talks starting at 7pm
Evening ends at 10pm
Speakers including: Peter Firmin on the inspiration behind the creation of Gabriel, the banjo playing toad from the Bagpuss series; Froglife Trustee Dr Roger Downie and DCEO Sam Taylor covering Toads on Roads and the context of the global amphibian extinction crisis and Helen Meredith, PhD student involved in the EDGE project at ZSL.
Tickets: £8.50 or £5 for Froglife Friends
- You can book your tickets for Tuppence a Toad: Tales from UK Toad Conservation and Beyond here
- You can find out more about Toads on Roads here
- You can find out more about and donate to the Tuppence a Toad campaign to save more toads here
- More about ZSL and the EDGE project is available via their website here
- Directions for finding the venue are available here with a map of the conference facilities here