It’s a busy week.
I’m giving a talk to the mid-Norfolk Wildlife Trust group on Tuesday evening – see you there? Maybe I’ll fit in a bit of birding on the way there but I’ll be back home late and then up early for an early train from Wellingborough station to the High Court.
I understand our judicial review of NE’s licensing of brood meddling (and that of the RSPB) will be heard in front of Ms Justice Lang in the High Court at the Royal Courts of Justice in The Strand and there are security checks on entrance. The case is timetabled for two days and the day for the legal system starts at 10:30 (doors open to the courrts at 10:00).
The public galleries of courts are not very big and you cannot book a place – it’s first-come, first-served. But you are very welcome to come and watch and listen to what’s happening.
I won’t be blogging about the court case until next week at the earliest, although other blogs will appear in the interim.
Thank you to all those who have already sent their best wishes for the Hen Harriers’ two days in court, and thank you too to all 900+ of you who have paid for this case to go ahead.