Events calendar

Cornwall Geoconservation Group walk to the Cheesewring, Sue Hocking

One of the main aims of the Cornwall Geoconservation Group is to raise people’s awareness of the geology of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Members of the group provide guided walks and talks throughout the year. These and other geological activities are published below and in Cornwall Wildlife Trust's Wild Cornwall magazine. You can also find these in the What's On section of this website.

Cornwall Geoconservation Group events are open to all. Be more climate friendly and help to reduce congestion in Cornwall by car sharing with friends. Field trips are at your own risk. Appropriate clothing and footwear are essential. All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

 

Geology Rocks! At Rough Tor, near Camelford.


Interpret the landscape from a different perspective, with local geologist Jane Anderson, of the Cornwall Geoconservation Group, who will guide you through the geological history of the area. 

Date: Wednesday 1st June 2016
Time: 11.00am - 1.30pm.
Place: Free car park, grid ref. SX 13758180.
Cost: None, but donations welcome.
Booking essential: as numbers are limited and also in case of change of date due to inclement weather 01208 863046.

Organised by: The National Trust.

 

  

Other organisations running events with geological interest include:

The Royal Geological Society of Cornwall

National Trust

The Trevithick Society

Friends of Luxulyan Valley

Stuart House Trust
 

Please visit their websites for details.