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Geological Society

The Society was founded in February 1982 By Alan Dawn with the sole purpose to bring together in regular meetings people with an interest in Geology and Palaeontology; to arrange activities to further such interests; to raise awareness of the sciences in the public generally.


part of an ichthyosaur mandible or probably a pliosaur rib section

* Bantycock Opencast quarry field trip 19/09/2015 * report back *

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Hi everyone, Continuing on with the run of fine weather we are having the SDGS members where blessed with glorious weather for their field trip to Bantycock Opencast quarry. With…

plesiosaur partial femur (4)

*Partial plesiosaur femur found at Bantycock opencast mine *

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Hi everyone, I found this partial plesiosaur femur bone at last years field trip to Bantycock opencast mine in Balderton near Newark. So dont forget this years trip there is…


* Dinosaur Britain *

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Not so long ago the Stamford and District Geological Society had the pleasure of meeting Dean Lomax at one of Winter Talks in Tinwell Village hall. And heard the most…

Hunstanton Aug. 2015 024

* Hunstanton Field Trip report back *

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A quote from Dr Carl Harrington while organising this year’s field trip to Hunstanton: “Fingers crossed its third time lucky with Hunstanton. Two years ago it was cancelled because of…

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