The new Events Leaflet is out and one of the trips planned for next year is to the Lapworth Museum of Geology. It promises to be a fabulous exploration of a museum full of treasures.
Fabulous Festival with lots of young geologists! Rocks, fossils, minerals, microscopes and Moon rocks – what more could you ask! If you didn’t make it – put it in your diary for next year when it will be on Saturday November 2nd. Make it a firm date!
Wonderful entries again this year and it was a great day at Anglo American for the presentations. Thank you all for sending such superb entries and if you didn’t win – better luck next year!
The tiny city of St David’s was the centre for an amazing trip to Pembrokeshire. A weekend fieldtrip with lots of geology, old slate quarries and sunshine! Check out the Events and try and come along on a fieldtrip. There’s a fabulous one to Cayton Bay in Yorkshire on 24th August! Otherwise check the list and see if you can come to any.
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Rockwatchers had a really fabulous time on a private tour of the Alfred Gillet Museum in Street, Somerset. The Museum houses some of the finest Ichthyosaur fossils in the country and we had the benefit of experts showing us around. Thank you to everyone involved! And if you missed the trip, look out for the next Events Leaflet coming out next month and make sure you book early.