The Geology Section arranges an annual programme of lectures (held on Saturday mornings around the county) and a mix of field trips. Proud that one of the main founders of the Devonshire Association, William Pengelly of Torquay, was a geologist, the Geology Section is open to all who may be interested, regardless of their prior knowledge (if any) of geology.
Day field trips (advance booking is needed) are primarily in Devon and adjacent counties, but the group also ventures further afield on Spring weekend trips (recently to Somerset, West Cornwall, Bath, Shropshire, Pembroke) to see how the rocks of Devon fit within a wider geological framework. The annual Autumn week-long trip has visited geological sites both in Britain and abroad, including Brittany, Jersey, the Czech Republic, Northumbria, the Lake District and North Wales.
Close links are maintained with other geological societies in the South West and occasional joint events are held. The section is affiliated to the Geologists’ Association.
Chairman: Mr John Bailey
Vice Chairman: Prof. John Winchester
Treasurer: Dr Mike Barr
General Secretary: Dr Jenny Bennett (email: email@example.com)
Field Meetings Secretary: Dr Mike Barr
Lectures Secretary: Mrs Pat Wilson
Committee: Mr Greg Callaghan, Dr Peter Cox, Mr Marc da Silva, Dr Ted Freshney, Prof Malcolm Hart, Prof John Mather, Dr Richard Scrivener, Miss Valerie Turner
Independent Examiner of accounts: Mr John Haslam
It’s also possible to review the Section’s past events.
The following pages were written and are maintained by the Section itself.
- Dartmouth. Report from the Geology Section
- Buckfast. Report from the Geology Section
- Cullompton. Report from the Geology Section
- Tavistock. Report from the Geology Section
- Barnstaple. Report from the Geology Section
- Kingsbridge. Report from the Geology Section
- Torquay. Report from the Geology Section
- Axminster. Report from the Geology Section
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