The UK's Nationwide Geology Club for Children

Half Term Geology Fun with Rockwatch
Feb06

Half Term Geology Fun with Rockwatch

Join Rockwatch over Half Term at two fun-filled days of geology games and activities! Uxbridge Rock Show When: Monday 12 February from 9.30am. Where: Uxbridge Library, High St, Uxbridge UB8 1HD  – very close to Uxbridge Station (Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines) With: Rockwatch have teamed up with the Harrow & Hillingdon Geological Society to liven up half term for young geology lovers of all ages.  What: There...

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Win a FREE Family Ticket to Dinosaurs in the Park!
Jul18

Win a FREE Family Ticket to Dinosaurs in the Park!

We’ve teamed up with Dinosaurs in the Park to bring you an exclusive Rockwatch VIP Family Ticket Give Away (worth £40). Dinosaurs in the Park is an exciting experience where you come face to face with 40 life-sized animatronic dinosaur models as you immerse yourself in what life was like for these gigantic prehistoric titans. We’re giving a lucky Rockwatcher the chance to win a family ticket for any of the Manchester dates...

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Enjoy the Summer Science Exhibition 2022
Jun22

Enjoy the Summer Science Exhibition 2022

The Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition 2022 which takes place from 6-10 July will appeal to many Rockwatchers, whether you are able to visit in person or online. There will be a mix of fascinating talks and hands-on interactive sessions on a wide range of science topics. including how scientists are using everyday items from waste to replace oil and discover more about the first meteorite fall in the UK for 30 years....

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The Earth’s a Pizza Recipe
Aug12

The Earth’s a Pizza Recipe

Sent in by Rockwatcher, Benedict Douglas One day, when I sliced up a pizza for my dinner, I saw the inner workings of the Earth! Don’t believe me? Make a ‘Pizza Earth’ for yourself – then gobble it up afterwards! Follow these steps carefully – with an adult to help – to make a truly terrific terrestrial treat! See the Ingredients and Method below to find out how…   Always make sure you have a responsible adult with you when...

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Mercury Meringue Recipe
Aug12

Mercury Meringue Recipe

Sent in by Rockwatcher, Amina Nelson Riggott Mercury is very close to the sun and its surface has plains and mountainous areas like the moon, as well as a lot of impact craters. It was hit by lots of meteors in the ‘late heavy bombardment’ period and as well as craters. This caused lots of volcanic activity. It has a massive crater called the Caloris Basin which is nearly 1600 km wide and nearby is some unusual hilly land called ‘The...

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