Warwickshire Arden Sandstone Field Trip

Leader: Stuart Burley Stuart will take participants to 3 of 4 exposures of the Arden Sandstone to look at the sedimentary depositional setting of this locally important building stone - details to be announced. (An ice cream in Henley in Arden is very probable). Contact: [email protected]

Llandrindod Wells, Builth inlier, Weekend Field Trip led by Dr Joe Botting & Dr lucy Wells

WGCG residential field trip to Llandrindod Wells led by Joe and Lucy, who are are independent researchers working on ‘Burgess-Shale-type’ discoveries in Mid-Wales. Programme: Friday eve.       Introductory talk on the ‘Builth Inlier’ - palaeontological and geological importance Saturday a.m.   Visit to the Radnorshire Museum (in Llandrindod Wells) to see their substantial                                             displays (much ...

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Wine, Whisky and Beer – the role of geology (Zoom & KMC)

Kenilworth Methodist Church 60 Priory Rd,, Kenilworth

Alex Maltman. Hybrid meeting held at KMC & via Zoom. We read that the taste of wine is affected by the geology of the vineyard and that whisky is influenced by the rocks the water encountered on its way to the distillery....(Download Poster).

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The Kilchrist Caldera, Skye (Zoom & KMC)

Kenilworth Methodist Church 60 Priory Rd,, Kenilworth

Talk by Simon Drake. Hybrid meeting at KMC and via Zoom 'Catastrophic caldera forming eruptions spanning the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum at Kilchrist and Belig, Isle of Skye, NW Scotland' Highly silicic Paleocene-Eocene ignimbrite deposits, and mafic lavas at Kilchrist and Belig, Isle of Skye, NW Scotland, form part of a ~800m thick extensive caldera ...

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