Date(s) - Saturday, 14 July 2018 - Sunday, 15 July 2018
This year Rockwatchers are heading to Pembrokeshire to explore the stunning coastline.
We will be investigating the spectacular geology, scenery and building stones of the St David’s Peninsula, an area which includes sedimentary and igneous rocks (Precambrian- Ordocician) and Quaternary landforms and deposits which give an important insight into ‘climate change’. There will be walks along the local coastal footpath as far as Porthliskey and a look at the north coast of the peninsula.
The trip is suitable for 10 year olds and above as there is a fair amount of walking to do.
You are expected to find your own accommodation for the weekend.
You must be a Rockwatch member to go and to register for this fieldtrip is £2.50 per individual. All children attending and their accompanying adults must book places.
Rockwatch does it safely…
Due to safety requirements numbers are strictly limited for some of the events. It is essential in these cases that you reserve a place through the contact given. Leaders reserve the right not to accept members who have not booked, or who arrive inappropriately dressed. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
BookingsChildren must be accompanied by an adult so please buy tickets for children and accompanying adult/s.
Bookings are closed for this event.