The UK's Nationwide Geology Club for Children

Plumbing the Depths of the Kimmeridge Clay Lecture
Apr03

Plumbing the Depths of the Kimmeridge Clay Lecture

Rockwatchers may be interested to go to a talk on Plumming the Depths of the Kimmeridge Clay. It’s part of the Keith Palmer Lecture Series & PESGB Stoneley Lecture Series. The talk will be given by Dr Steve Etches MBE & Professor Alice Roberts. Find out more on the Lapworth Museum website or download the event flyer. When: 15 May 2019 — 18:00pm Venue: Wodensborough Ormiston Academy, Hydes Road,...

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Fabulous fieldtrip to see the Ichthyosaurs in Street, Somerset
Feb20

Fabulous fieldtrip to see the Ichthyosaurs in Street, Somerset

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.

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Behind the Scenes at the Oxford University Museum – Saturday 8th April 2017
Jan24

Behind the Scenes at the Oxford University Museum – Saturday 8th April 2017

Meet some very old fossils!  Go behind the scenes with Rockwatch at the Oxford Museum of Natural History and have a close encounter with some of it’s hidden treasures.  You’ll be taken around by geologists who work there who will share their expertise with you.  Only 40 parents and children (who must be over 7) can go on this event and they will be in groups of 10.  It’s a fabulous opportunity to see what the general...

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