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The Bendricks Fossilised Dinosaur Footprints in South Wales
Feb25

The Bendricks Fossilised Dinosaur Footprints in South Wales

Bendricks dinosaur trackways ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 6 Bendricks dinosaur trackways Steve Howe shares his fascinating geological insights into The Bendricks, where Lily Wilder recently hit national news with her dinosaur footprint fossil find, as featured on the BBC website. The coast between Cardiff and Barry exposes a wonderful succession of 220-200 million year old Upper Triassic rocks.  Around Penarth and...

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Wonderful Wales!  Great Rockwatch trip to Pembrokeshire!
Jul26

Wonderful Wales! Great Rockwatch trip to Pembrokeshire!

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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Dinosaur Babies at the National Museum Cardiff – till 5th November
Oct23

Dinosaur Babies at the National Museum Cardiff – till 5th November

Find out all about dinosaur family life! The National Museum of Wales is hosting the world’s most amazing finds of dinosaur eggs and embryos. It includes dinosaur skeletons and replicas, touchable models and details about how they looked after their babies. You can also learn to identify the different dinosaur eggs. The exhibition is on till November 5th and charges apply. For details...

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