Summer Field Programme 2017
Monsall Head: Quaternary features and hydrology
Sunday 13 August with EMGS
Please book directly with EMGS - e-mail timcolman at tiscali.co.uk
Meet at the Monsal Head Car Park at 10.15am
Tegg’s Nose, Macclesfield
NOTE: REARRANGED DATE
Thursday 7 September (Evening Walk)
Meet at the Tegg’s Nose car park at 17:30
Sunday 17 September
Meet at the car park in Clee Village at 11:00
Details and booking form are in the July Bulletin
Enquiries regarding field trips should be addressed to:
Steve Alcock, Longfields, Park Lane, Cheddleton, Leek, Staffs, ST13 7JS
Tel: 01538 360431 or 07711 501028.
Each person attending field meetings does so at their own risk. The NSGGA has public liability insurance through a GA insurance policy that also carries limited personal accident cover for members attending meetings or field trips. Non-members pay £2 to cover temporary membership giving them insurance cover. A field fee of £2 per head is normally charged for members and non-members to cover the leader’s expenses. Hard hats and hi-vis jackets should be taken on all field trips
Winter Lecture Programme 2017/18
Thursday 12 October @ 19:30 Lecture - Title and speaker to be confirmed.
Thursday 9 November @ 19:30 Wolverson Cope Lecture - 'Geoconservation for Science and Society - past, present and future' by Dr Colin Prosser, Natural England and President of the Geologists' Association.
Thursday 7 December @ 19:30 Christmas Social with talk by Eileen Fraser
Thursday 11 January @ 19:30 Lecture - 'The great 1815 eruption of Tambora and future risks from large-scale volcanism' by Dr Ralf Gertisser, University of Keele.
Thursday 22 February @ 19:30 Lecture - 'The origins and evolution of the River Trent during the Quaternary: new insights' by Professor David Bridgland, University of Durham.
Thursday 8 March @ 19:00 AGM and Chairman's Address by Dr Stuart Egan, University of Keele.