Monday 12th October 2015, 5:30pm
Royal Pharmaceutical Society, 66 East Smithfield, London E1W 1AW  (Nearest tube: Tower Hill)
British Society for the History of Pharmacy lecture

“Joseph Banks: Lincolnshire botanist”
Andrew Sankey, garden designer and lecturer, will be talking about the life and times of Joseph Banks. Banks was an extraordinary man who sailed around the world with Cook, started Kew Botanic Gardens, had trained plant hunters sent around the globe and made botany a subject worth studying.
No admission charge, all welcome.  Refreshments from 5pm. See the Society website for more details.