Ask a Geologist

Members of the public are invited to come and engage with WGCG geologists to discuss anything geologically of interest to them. We will have a number of samples and teaching material availabl. Visitors are encouraged to bring along any samples they wish to discuss.

Ask a Geologist

WGCG will hold a stall within Warwick Museum for the general public to come along and chat with a geologist. We will have a number of specimens and slides available from the WGCG collection. Visitors are encouraged to bring along a sample or two they have collected and would like to discuss. Supported by wherecanwego.com & …

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Ask a geologist 30/9/23 10:30am

On Saturday 30th September 2023 WGCG will host a “Ask a Geologst” session at Warwick museum from 10:30 to 12:30. The first session will be staffed by Ray Pratt and Kathrin Schutrumpf. Our theme this month is the geology of Warwick. We plan to take along a tray of samples that visitors can examine and …

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GeoWeek: Urban Geology walk of Warwick

On Friday 2/6 WGCG held its last GeoWeek event, with a geotour of the centre of Warwick. The event was fully subscribed and was led by Dr Jonathan Radley, assisted by Ray Pratt & Max Downs. Starting at the Museum in the Market Place a distance of 1.5 miles was walked taking in some of …

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Urban Geology of Warwick

Jon Radley of WGCG will lead an urban geology walk around Warwick starting and finishing at the entrance to the Market Hall Museum. The tour will focus on Warwick’s building stones with emphasis on the locally sourced examples and what they can tell us about ancient Warwickshire. Fossils, minerals, climate change and ancient environments will …

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An urban geology walk around Warwick

Jon Radley will lead a walk around Warwick starting and finishing at the entrance to the Market Hall Museum. The tour will focus on Warwick’s building stones with emphasis on the locally sourced examples and what they can tell us about ancient Warwickshire. The length of the walk will be approximately 1-2 miles. Participants are …

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