Identification Day at Ipswich Museum
GeoSuffolk will be at the Museum on October 24th from 10.30am - 3pm. Do bring your geological treasures to show us.
GeoSuffolk's stand at the Geologists' Association Festival of Geology in London on November 3rd is themed 'George Slater and Glacial Tectonics - an Ipswich Story'. Here is a taster of his work - a photo of contorted strata in the Hadleigh Road railway cutting in Ipswich, taken in 1933.
Find out more about the Festival on the GA Website.
Looking for something a bit more energetic? GeoSuffolk is guiding two Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB Work Parties this winter. The first at the Red Crag pit in Butley Forest is on December 4th 2018, and the second at a Red Crag pit in Alderton is on February 5th 2019. You need to register for these events - the SCH AONB web site has details
Also of interest:
Check out the Essex Rock and Mineral Society web site for information on their talks at Stanway. On November 15th David Waterhouse of Norwich Museum is talking on the West Runton Mammoth.