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Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Entomological Society's insect show visits Southwell




A rare insect exhibit wowed visitors to Brackenhurst campus to a show staged by the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Entomological Society.

It was the group’s main event of the year.

The show boasted insect-related informative displays, demonstrations and hands-on activities.

Kai Fox holds a Sungaya Stick Insect at Brackenthurst College during the Insect Show 09112019PN7-1. (21346912)
Kai Fox holds a Sungaya Stick Insect at Brackenthurst College during the Insect Show 09112019PN7-1. (21346912)

Society member Glynis Harris said: “We had more visitors this year than at any other in the 52 years we have been holding the event.

“There were insect-eating plants, beekeepers, and insect designs in art and jewellery, to mention just a few.”

Southwell resident Kai Fox (pictured above) had the opportunity to hold a Sungaya Stick Insect while visiting the show.

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