© Liverpool Geological Society

WELCOME

Welcome to the LGS website.

Founded 1859
Registered Charity No: 500067

LIVERPOOL

GEOLOGICAL

SOCIETY

160th Session
Chirotherium storetonense Track © World Museum, Liverpool

FROM THE TREASURER

Subscriptions for the 2018 - 2019 session are due on the 1st October 2018, ALL enquires regarding membership of the Society to the Honorary Treasurer at g.t.b_lgs@hotmail.co.uk Those wishing to take advantage of a Standing Order Mandate to pay their subscriptions and save worrying each year about paying their subscriptions please contact me (Honorary Treasurer) and I will supply you our bank details, this can be completed online or by going to your bank in person. Subscription rates are: £15 for full members and £5 for student members (full time students). Those members who subscribe to the Geological Journal, the yearly subscription price is £64.00 Mr Gary T Billington Honorary Treasurer Liverpool Geological Society 4 Lewisham Road Liverpool L11 1EF
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*Please note that new data protection

regulations come into force on 25th May

2018. If you wish us to contact you, you must

return this form, filled in, to us.

Bring a rock……

Before the meeting on 9th October we will be having a
bring -a-rock session in the foyer where we meet. If you
would like to join us for an informal discussion about
rocks, please do - with or without a rock - but maybe
bring a small one, that you can hold in one hand!
named in honour of the late Professor Wallace Pitcher –Herdman Professor of Geology at the University of Liverpool, former President of the Society and of the Geological Society of London Prizes are awarded for work, at a range of levels on the Geology of North West England or North Wales. The award for work on ‘Salt in Cheshire: Geology, History and Industry’ goes to twins who are both A level students at Calday Grange Grammar School (Wirral). Our esteemed panel of reviewers commented on a report that was thorough, concisely written and beautifully presented The prize is awarded jointly to Julian and Harry Young.
PITCHER PRIZES

Nov 6

Prof Richard Holme

(Liverpool)

The geomagnetic field is (probably) not reversing

Map of the location of the Central Teaching Hub

University of Liverpool for Alan Boyle’s workshop

on 11th Dec

WELCOME

Welcome to the LGS website.

© Liverpool Geological Society

Liverpool Geological

Society

160 th session
Registered Charity No: 500067
Chirotherium storetonense Track © World Museum, Liverpool

*Please note that new data protection

regulations come into force on 25th May

2018. If you wish us to contact you, you must

return this form, filled in, to us.

LGS member Ray Humphreys

has been awarded a British

Empire Medal for sevices to

Geology and Education, in

the Queen’s Birthday

Honours 2018

FROM THE TREASURER

Subscriptions for the 2018 - 2019 session are due on the 1st October 2018, ALL enquires regarding membership of the Society to the Honorary Treasurer at g.t.b_lgs@hotmail.co.uk Those wishing to take advantage of a Standing Order Mandate to pay their subscriptions and save worrying each year about paying their subscriptions please contact me (Honorary Treasurer) and I will supply you our bank details, this can be completed online or by going to your bank in person. Subscription rates are: £15 for full members and £5 for student members (full time students). Those members who subscribe to the Geological Journal, the yearly subscription price is £64.00 Mr Gary T Billington Honorary Treasurer Liverpool Geological Society 4 Lewisham Road Liverpool L11 1EF

Bring a rock……

Before the meeting on 9th October we will be having a bring -a-rock session in the foyer where we meet. If you would like to join us for an informal discussion about rocks, please do - with or without a rock - but maybe bring a small one, that you can hold in one hand!
Pitcher Prizes – named in honour of the late Professor Wallace Pitcher –Herdman Professor of Geology at the University of Liverpool, former President of the Society and of the Geological Society of London Prizes are awarded for work, at a range of levels on the Geology of North West England or North Wales. The award for work on ‘Salt in Cheshire: Geology, History and Industry’ goes to twins who are both A level students at Calday Grange Grammar School (Wirral). Our esteemed panel of reviewers commented on a report that was thorough, concisely written and beautifully presented The prize is awarded jointly to Julian and Harry Young.

Nov 6

Prof Richard Holme

(Liverpool)

The geomagnetic field is (probably) not reversing