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The GeoSuffolk group is an association of geologists committed to promoting understanding and appreciation of the landscape and geology of Suffolk.

THE MAGIC OF GEOSUFFOLK

Explore subtropical seas and an ancestral River Thames. Discover Suffolk refrigerated by the Ice Age. Be amazed at where mammoths walked in Suffolk . Learn which rocks and fossils may be found in your own garden. Wonder at the beautiful shingle beaches of our coast. Marvel at the fossil teeth of the world’s largest shark, found in Suffolk 'crag'.

Suffolk Geo Coast

Suffolk Geo Coast

Sunrise; amber; bracing; Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the Suffolk coast is special. For geologists, cliff exposures are witnesses of Read More
Built Environment

Built Environment

Surely all geologists should have their photograph taken in Coprolite Street, Ipswich! Elsewhere our ancestors were masters of flint in fine churches such Read More
Archive

Archive

GeoSuffolk Times GeoSuffolk Notes GeoSuffolk Leaflets More GeoSuffolk Ipswich Geological Group Other Publications Read More
Events - Suffolk Geocene

Events - Suffolk Geocene

  Ask the Expert at Ipswich Museum GeoSuffolk members will be on hand at this 'show and tell' event on Read More
Breckland

Breckland

Breckland's unique character is defined by its geology, with Chalk always near to the surface overlain by a thin layer Read More
Pliocene Forest

Pliocene Forest

The Coralline Crag, a Pliocene seabed (about 4 million years old) unique to Suffolk, is home to myriads of fossil Read More
Geology and Sites

Geology and Sites

This page uses geosites to tell the fascinating story of Suffolk's geology. You can visit them - all sites listed are publicly Read More
Gallery

Gallery

Ipswich Geological Group GeoAnglia     Read More
News

News

To find out what we've been up to and where you can find us next, please follow the links below: Read More
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GeoSuffolk c/o Ipswich Museum, High Street, Ipswich, IP1 3QH