Events marked with a map are field trips. Day Field Trips are nearly always held on a Sunday.
Unless otherwise stated, meetings start at 7:15pm (tea/coffee & biscuits) with talks at 7:30pm at Plas Dolerw, Milford Road, Newtown.
Nick Platt: Building of the Clywedog Dam
Guest Speaker: Edward Parry- Building History: materials and styles of buildings of Mid Wales.
Guest Speaker: Prof. Paul Leonard - Importance of Geology in Government Policy: a marine perspective.
Guest Speaker: Sue Purcell - Rocks and Minerals in Art: an illustrated talk.
Lapworth Museum, Birmingham.
Llangranog coastal section, Cardigan Bay - leader Keith Nicholls.
Guest Speaker: John Rodgers - From Heaven to Hell: a tale of two valleys.
20th Anniversary of MWGC: A day of talks and demonstrations at Plas Dolerw for members and guests. Including lunch. 11am - 3pm
Guest Speaker: Prof. Cynthia Burek - Geo-conservation and the Saltscape Project.
|June 23rd - 26th||
Annual Summer Weekend North Norfolk ( based in Hunstaton). Leader Tim Holt-Wilson, Geological Society of Norfolk.
Rocks and Landforms on the Berwyn - leader Andrew Jenkinson Shropshire Geological Society.
Evening Field Trip – Hafren Forest Quarries- led by club members
Bill Bagley – Fossil Wood
Late Devensian glacigenic deposits in a cliff section. Tonfanau, Towyn. Led by club members.
Tony Thorp - Thin Sections
Blaen Onneu Quarry (9 miles SE of Brecon). Carboniferous limestone. Led by Prof. Paul Wright.
Michele Becker – Bricks and Brickmaking
Members' Evening: Auction and Quiz. Buffet.