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Some other sites which may interest you

National organisations for the amateur and professional:

The Geologists Association

The Geological Society

Regional:

Geo-East

Some neighbouring societies:

East Herts Geology Club

Bedfordshire & Luton Geology Group

Bucks Earth Heritage Group

New:
Amateur Geological Society 

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A Local Group of the Geologists Association

Constitution

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The society is for anyone interested in geology, 
whether beginners or experienced.
This is our 42nd year!

We hold monthly talks on a wide range of earth science topics. We have several day and weekend field trips a year and sometimes a longer foreign excursion.  In summer we have an annual Event, which in 2016 took the form of a talk, picnic and walk in the Ver Valley..

Visitors are always welcome (small fee).

CHANGE OF DATE- December's meeting will now be on Thurs 1st December

Next meeting : 

Thursday 1st December 2016,  7:30 pm
(NOT 8th December as advertised in the programme)
Dr Chris Stringer  (Natural History Museum)
"
Britain: One million years of the human story"

Neighbouring Societies

Members are also welcome at meetings and field trips of the East Herts Geology Club.
See the EHGC web site for details.

The
Amateur Geological Society (AGS),  based in north London, holds lectures and field trips; also an annual Mineral Gem & Fossil Show - this year on Sat 26 November.  
For details see the AGS web site.
If you would like to take a stall at the MG&F Show, email  amgeosoc@btinternet.com

   
Local geological trails and guides

We are starting to build up a collection of downloadable geological trails, and guides to geologically interesting locations.   The first ones can be seen on the 'Trails and Guides' page.


  

"Hertfordshire Geology and Landscape" 
Click here for more details of the book and how to 
obtain a copy.

Introduction to the Geology Of Hertfordshire

For lots of interesting information on Hertfordshire Puddingstone, 
visit the EHGC puddingstone page