Lockdown details: we are holding online meetings every Wednesday from 10:00 – 12:00. These are a mixture of lectures by members and external speakers as well as relevant video lectures, courses and films gathered from the internet. These meetings are open to anyone who would be interested in attending as a guest – contact the group leader for Zoom meeting details. Our subgroups are also continuing to carry on with their interests where appropriate. See the Coronavirus page on our group website for further information & recommendations for lockdown activities.
Normal times: we meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 10.00-12.00 at the Cube.
During the warmer months we organise outdoor visits to areas of interest in Malvern and surrounding areas. We encourage the study of geology especially in the Malvern area and in adjacent counties. This includes looking at the interaction between geology and landscapes and related topics such as the stones used in our buildings and monuments. We aim to learn more about the subject by: Organising lectures/talks by visiting speakers Visiting areas of interest both locally and further afield Encouraging study and research in small groups Providing a library of geology maps, leaflets and books Arranging residential field trips in the UK and overseas In addition: We provide a series of introductory talks in the early autumn for newcomers to the subject We email to all members a monthly newsletter and have a comprehensive website that gives details of our previous activities Visitors are always welcome to group meetings. For further details of the group’s past activities and future programme click HERE to go to our website.
Contact: Richard Harris
Phone: 01886 880699
Email: richardlangleyharris -at- gmail -dot- com