W.S.G.S PROGRAMME. January 2018

W.S.G.S. meetings are held of the third Friday of each month at 7.30pm (no meetings in July and August) at St Stephen's Church, Angola Road, Worthing. Although every effort is made to notify of any changes, we advise members to confirm field trips and lectures at least one week in advance. Details and further information from:-

FIELD TRIPS - John Lonergan. Home 01903 740 432. Mobile 07967 165 260
PROGRAMME - Betty Steel 01903 209140.

The Geologists' Association holds a combined Ancillary Policy with Zurich Insurance Company through which our Society members are insured. On any field trip you are required to wear helmets and high visibility jackets in quarries. This is always advised. Goggles must be worn when hammering and suitable footwear be worn at all times.
     

2018

19 Jan......................................Great Western Geology. John Lonergan, WSGS

16 Feb......................................AGM with a short talk by David Bone, Abbey Wood, an important geological site in Southeast London
................................................followed by cheese, wine and nibbles

16 Mar......................................Middle Jurassic Ammonites. Bob Chandler

20 Apr......................................220 years after Ireland's gold rush:identifying the bedrock sources of gold placers in Wicklow. Norman Moles.

18 May......................................Geological Excursions in Morroco. David Bone WSGS.

15 Jun.......................................tba

21 Sep.......................................John Pull & Britain's Earliest Industrial Landscape, James Sainsbury, Worthing Museum Archaeologist.

19 Oct.......................................tba

10 Nov.......................................Montana Stegosaur, Dr. Susanah Maidment, Brighton University

14 Dec.......................................Members Xmas meeting.
              
We are a Local Group of the Geologists' Association; therefore we can attend any of their lectures or field trips at a minimal cost. Details of their field trips are in the G.A. Magazine available at our meetings. The G.A. Magazine is on the table at the back of the hall.

If you cannot find it, ask Val or Betty.,

West Sussex Geological Society