Rockwatch Management Committee
I graduated with a degree in geology and geography, trained to be a teacher and spent thirty seven years as a teacher of geography and geology in the Weymouth area. I also had a year in the oil industry as a mud logger. More recently I have been chairman of the Dorset Geologists’ Association Group and Dorset’s Important Geological Sites group (geological conservation).
In my ‘spare time’ I lead field trips for interested parties in Dorset and further afield and always enjoy being one of the leaders at the Annual Rockwatch Residential Fieldtrip to Dorset – sharing my passion for geology with young Rockwatchers and their parents.
And my favourite fossil? Probably trilobites, and my favourite piece of rock is in this photograph. It’s Wenlock Limestone with a trilobite pygidium collected at Ironbridge about 45 years ago!