The UK's Nationwide Geology Club for Children

Summer Science Exhibition at the Royal Society – 1 to 7 July 2019
Jul02

Summer Science Exhibition at the Royal Society – 1 to 7 July 2019

This week the royal society is holding its Summer Science Exhibition – an annual display of the most cutting-edge science and technology in the UK.  It’s a free, week-long festival featuring 22 exhibits and a series of inspiring talks and activities for all ages.  Meet the scientists, discover the exciting research and technology they work on and have fun with exciting hands-on activities. This exhibition is suitable for...

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Derbyshire Weekend Fieldtrip – 11 and 12 May 2019
Mar08

Derbyshire Weekend Fieldtrip – 11 and 12 May 2019

A weekend of fossil and mineral hunting in the  Ashover area of Derbyshire and a visit to a disused quarry at the National Stone Centre.  A fabulous two days of geological exploration.  Book now!

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Annual Dorset Residential Fieldtrip – 29 July to 3 August 2019
Mar07

Annual Dorset Residential Fieldtrip – 29 July to 3 August 2019

Our annual Rockwatch exploration of the Dorset Coast.  A fabulous week of geological adventure and fun. Meet other Rockwatchers and their families as well as experts who will show you the geological wonders the area holds! Download the Booking...

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What’s in the Latest Issue of the Rockwatch Magazine – Issue 80
Dec01

What’s in the Latest Issue of the Rockwatch Magazine – Issue 80

Issue 80 Contents List: published December 2018 the-silly-thief ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 7 THE SILLY THIEF Rockstardom! This year’s Rockstar competitions Earth inside out What goes on under our planet’s surface Cut, colour and stick your own 3D geology Have fun making a geology box Alien planets Where rocks are not what they seem Stone’s fossil secret cracked open How children’s game led to fossil finds When fossils come...

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Festival of Geology 2018
Nov15

Festival of Geology 2018

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!

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