The UK's Nationwide Geology Club for Children

CANCELLED – Shipwrecks and Beach Hunt in Hastings on Saturday 5 April
Mar02

CANCELLED – Shipwrecks and Beach Hunt in Hastings on Saturday 5 April

I’m afraid that due to the Corona Virus this fieldtrip has had to be cancelled.  We hope we will be able to reschedule it later in the year. So sorry if you have booked and are disappointed.   We will be refunding your registration fee.  Hope to see    

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Great day at the Natural History Museum
Feb20

Great day at the Natural History Museum

Thank you to all the Rockwatchers who came to see us at the Natural History Museum.  We had a great visit and did over 200 fossil plaster casts!  The Museum tours went well too.  Fabulous to meet so many keen children.

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Geo-Craft Day and Tours at the Natural History Museum – Tuesday 18 February – 2020
Feb04

Geo-Craft Day and Tours at the Natural History Museum – Tuesday 18 February – 2020

Family craft fun!  Rockwatch is having a Geo-Craft Day in the British Geological Survey  shop on the ground floor of the Natural History Museum, London. Come along and make a plaster of Paris trilobite, handle fossils and bring your own to be identified.  Museum experts will then take you on a tour of the Earth Galleries, and tell you the facts and stories behind the exhibits.  We will be making things from 10.00 when the museum opens...

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Dinosaur Competition Time!
Jan21

Dinosaur Competition Time!

Trilobites, Dinosaurs and Mammoths!   Enter our competition to win a copy of James McKay’s book ‘Trilobites, Dinosaurs and Mammoths’ which charts the extraordinary prehistory of the British Isles.  The story is told in 44 paintings, each a snapshot of a specific geological period with maps and explanations. All you have to win one of these two prizes is send us a dinosaur!  Draw, crayon or paint us a dinosaur picture...

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Festival of Geology on 2nd November
Oct21

Festival of Geology on 2nd November

Join us at University College London for this year’s Festival of Geology.  It’s the largest of it’s kind in the UK and has plenty to do for all ages. Children can enjoy the activities in the Discovery Room with Fossil Plaster casting, fossil identification, a Jurassic Diorama workshop and can discover all about microfossils by peering down a microscope! There are stalls from all over the country where you can find...

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