If you want to learn more about the history of our planet, and learn how understanding how the Earth works helps us all live on the planet sustainably, get involved with GeoWeek outdoor
activities taking place across the UK between 7-15 May 2022.
May 7th WGCG will be having a day trip to Dudley Archives and The Wrens Nest – now a UNESCO Geopark. This will be a great day out for young and old alike.
May 13-15 WGCG will be on a residential field trip to Mid Wales. This is a new trip for us and not to be missed.
The table below is an extract of the poster from our “Other groups events” page of our website. There is a lot to choose from.
|07/05/2022||10:00||BCGS/WMRG Field Event: Dudley Museum at the Archives and Wren’s Nest National Nature Reserve, led by Graham Worton.||[email protected]|
|08/05/2022||10:30||LHGC: 2 hour guided geo walk along the Champions Trail of the Lickey Hills. Free event. Just turn up at the visitor centre.|
|09/05/2022||12:00||Lapworth Museum Tour: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/facilities/lapworth-museum/events/lectures.aspx||[email protected]|
|10/05/2022||18:30||WMRG – Earthquakes without Frontiers. Professor James Jackson, University of Cambridge||http://www.wgcg.co.uk/events|
|11/05/2022||19:30||SGS: Mark Woods (BGS) – Blowing Hot and Cold – The Story of Earth’s Climate Change.||[email protected]|
|13-15/5/22||WGCG Field Trip to Llandrindod Wells (Builth inlier) with Joe Botting||http://www.wgcg.co.uk/events|
|14-15/5/22||NSGGA Field Trip to Watchet, Somerset coast led be Stuart Egan||https://nsgga.org/contact/|