Studying Rocks, Minerals and Fossils from Pangaea to the Polden Hills
Whilst studying the basics of Geology (rocks/minerals) and Palaeontology (fossils), we try to put the theory into context by looking at the effects on our local landscape, buildings and industry.
The monthly meetings are a combination of audio/video lectures, short presentations by members and general discussion, with museum visits and field trips between meetings to give everyone a feel for the rocks and processes beneath our feet and around us, as well as our own impact on planet Earth. We use the DVD lecture series entitled The Nature of Earth: An Introduction to Geology as the basis of our studies, watching one lecture per month. Send us a message via the pigeon icon on this page to find out more about joining our group (the group is now full, with a short waiting list in operation).
View Geo News 2018 and Geo News 2017 for recent developments in the field and the Geo Lending Library page for our growing collection of reference material. Check the Diary below for details of forthcoming meetings, visits and field trips, and follow our adventures via the links in the table below:-