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A Building Stones Guide to Central Manchester
Third Edition (2014)
Four self-guided walks through the city centre
Now available to purchase

Victoria Cave and the forgotten climate controversy

A Leeds Geological association lecture on Thursday 21 March 2019. Details here

Landscapes and Literature - Joint Conference

A joint conference of Yorkshire Geological Society, the University of Hull and Hull Geological Society on Saturday 23 March 2019 in Hull. Details here

2019 Geotours in the North West Highlands UNESCO Global Geopark

There are three week-long tours in 2019, running 18-24 May, 5-11 June and 11-17 September. Expert tuition by Geopark staff will help you to interpret the geology of this wild and remote highland landscape. As home of the oldest rocks in Europe, the first identified thrust fault, the oldest meteorite impact ejecta plus evidence of the earliest life, the North West Highlands Geopark really is the "Cradle of Geology"

Full details of the tours and information on how to book can be found here.

The North West Highlands Geopark is a community company limited by guarantee and a charity in Scotland. The board comprises 7 community directors, one from each of the community councils within the Geopark, who work alongside the other office bearers, directors and staff.

This information is presented as it may be of interest to MGA members, and does not imply endorsement by the Manchester Geological Association.

Publication of Minerals of the English Midlands

The book is a private project funded entirely by the author, Roy Starkey, and is being distributed on a not-for-profit basis.

Details of the book and how to order.

This information is provided as being potentially of interest to members, and does not imply endorsement of the book by the MGA.