OTHER INTERESTING GEOLOGICAL EVENTS + LINKS
Some links to items, plus some planned events depending on the Covid 19 situation, and other items.
Fantastic Mineral, Gem & Fossil Show last year!
This years event is doubtful due to the coronavirus pandemic, but watch this space for the latest news…..
It is planned to be on 28th November 2020 at the same location…..no-up-to date poster as yet.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic there will be a
VIRTUAL GA Festival at UCL London on Saturday 7th November 2020.
A London Geodiversity Partnership item:
Bus Pass Geology
A tour of local North London Geology: all about Coldfall Woods, Highgate Woods, Queens Wood, Alexander Palace area and Stephens House. A really interesting geological trip on your computer!
For further details of London Geodiversity Partnership events contact: email@example.com
‘THE UXBRIDGE ROCK SHOW’ organised by the Harrow and Hillingdon Geological Society. It ran from Friday 12th. to Friday 28th. of February 2020 at Uxbridge Central Library, 13-14 High Street, Uxbridge UB8 1HD. It was open daily and not far from the underground station and the town centre. There were a variety of very interesting displays. This event is on every year, don’t miss it next year!
The East face of Gilbert’s Pit is located at TQ 419 786. Nearest train station is Charlton. Access to Maryon Park (Gilbert’s Pit) is either via Thorntree Road or Charlton Lane. Free parking in Thorntree Road. Buses run along Woolwich Road close by. Alight at Charlton Road stop.
South face + Shelly beds + East face with steps for viewing + Blackheath bed on uppermost level.
Another site which may be of interest is GiGL, Greenspace information for Greater London. This is our capital’s environmental records centre. Information is collated and made available on London’s wildlife, Nature reserves, gardens and other open spaces.
London Wildlife Trust website: http://www.wildlondon.org.uk
If you want more Geological info’ you can do no better than click on the link below…….
Our A.G.S. is affiliated to the Geologists Association.
Another geological neighbour: East Herts Geology Club
For info and talks etc: www.ehgc.org.uk