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Below you'll find all issues of GeoSuffolk Times - full of geodiversity news, achievements and activities in Suffolk 

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 1 - Sutton information panel opening, Chalk landscape at Little Blakenham.

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 2 - Visit Newbourne Springs, Holywells Park RIGS

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 3 - Visit 'God's Square' Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 4 - Stoke Tunnel SSSI community panel, Coralline Crag at Orford

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 5 - Visit Lakenheath, Curry Fund grant for Pliocene Forest

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 6 - Crag Rhino tooth from Bawdsey, cleaning Ipswich Museum's mammoth

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 7 - Visit Butley Forest pit, iron pyrites at Bawdsey

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 8 - Visit Westleton, Nucula cobboldiae

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 9 - Visit Lowestoft, Halstead Medal award

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 10 - Visit Nacton cliff, new Pliocene Forest board at Sutton

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 11 - Coprolite Street goes to London, Coralline Crag in Wantisden Church

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 12 - Sea defences at Felixstowe, Boyton Church

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 13 - Read 'The Chalk of Suffolk', Pliocene Forest Open day

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 14 - New County Geosites for Suffolk, Harkstead field guide

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 15 - Condition monitoring in Leiston and Dunwich, question sculpture, Ipswich

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 16 - The Pliocene deli, Coralline Crag at Thorpeness

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 17 - Biotic interaction in the Suffolk Crags, Greyfriars Coralline Crag wall

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 18 - Norwich Crag geology around Westleton, glaciotectonics in Ipswich

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 19 - Barnby WWI memorial cross, sea-dredged aggregate

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 20 - Bedfield WWI memorial cross,

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 21 - Visit Southwold, Stanton WWI memorial cross

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 22 - Clare WWI memorial cross, Westleton Heath pit CGS

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 23 - Red Crag at Newbourne pit, Orford Castle pit

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 24 - Pocket Park sarsens, Searles Wood grave

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 25 - Westleton Common pit, Pliocene Plant Profiles

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 26 - New Breckland leaflet, Elizabeth Cobbold

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 27 - Crag flints, bird nest in Pliocene Forest

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 28 - Knettishall Heath CGS excavation, museum identification days

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 29 - Visit Needham Lake, more Breckland on the web

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 30 - Neutral Farm Red Crag pit, Ipswich Geological Group

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 31 - Rockhall Wood SSSI north face, new website for GeoSuffolk

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 32 - Boyton 'Delft' clay, London Clay at Shotley

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 33 - Interglacials, Amoeboceras

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 34 - Paramoudras, Thorpeness to Sizewell

GeoSuffolk Times Issue 35 - Fulgurite, AONB Work Party

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