Hull Geological Society
List of meetings and events
Spring & Summer Programme 2022
Note - events may be cancelled or postponed
due to the Coronavirus pandemic at short notice.
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Thursday 3rd March 2022 - Virtual Club Night on Facebook - "something geological beginning with L"
Thursday 17th March 2022 - AGM followed by a talk by David Hill about "the Ammonites of Ilminster", starts at 6-15pm.
Wednesday 23rd March 2022 - Bisat Research Project field meeting at South Landing led by Graham Kings.
Friday 25th to Monday 28th March 2022 - weekend field trip to Anglesey - Ynys Mon Global Geopark - led by David Hill. - booking required
Wednesday 13th April 2022 - Zoom talk by John Connor on "Mud
Volcanoes of the South Caspian Sea" -
Click here for the abstract.
Click here for the abstract. 7-30pm
Thursday 21st April 2022 - Postponed talk by Graham Kings about the Terras de Cavaleiros Geopark in northern Portugal, starts at 6-15pm
Thursday 28th April 2022 - Wold Newton Walk led by Martin Longshaw - booking required
May 2022 - Yorkshire Geology Month.
Thursday 12th May 2022 - Club Night - "Curiosities and Treasures", starts at 6-15pm.
Saturday 14th May 2022 - Yorkshire Geology Day at Caphouse Colliery - HGS publications on sale
Sunday 15th May 2022 - a morning walk in a Hull Cemetery led by Mike Horne - Part of Yorkshire Geology Month - booking required
Thursday 26th May 2022 - Virtual Club Night on Facebook - "Vertebrate Fossils"
Thursday 9th June 2022 - Virtual Club Night on Facebook - "something geological beginning with M"
Thursday 16th June - Club Night starts at 6-15pm - the topic is "bivalves"
Sunday 3rd July 2022 - Roadshow at Flamborough Village Hall - open to the public from 11am to 3pm*. Admission to the Roadshow is free.
Thursday 14th July 2022 - Virtual Club Night on Facebook - "something geological beginning with N"
Saturday 16th July 2022 - conservation visit and social at Rifle Butss SSSI, led by Stuart Jones and Mike Horne - booking required
Wednesday 20th July 2022 - t.b.c. - Zoom talk
Saturday 30th July 2022 - East Riding Boulder Committee field meeting on the Holderness Coast led by Mike Horne - booking required
Thursday 4th August 2022 - Club Night starts at 6-15pm. The topic is "pebbles".
Saturday 13th August 2022 - field meeting to South Ferriby led by Mary Howard and Mike Horne. - booking required
Friday 19th August 2022 - Postponed until 2023 - Driffield Mortimer Walk led by Rodger Connell - click here for more details.
Thursday 25th August 2022 - Virtual Club Night on Facebook - "something geological beginning with O"
Saturday 27th August 2022 - Roadshow at Hornsea Museum - open to the public from 11am to 3pm*. Admission to the Roadshow is free; there is a fee for the museum.
Thursday 1st September 2022 - Club Night starts at 6-15pm the topic is "Limestones"
Friday 9th to Sunday 11th September 2022 - HGS display and field trip at the Geologists' Association Annual Conference (t.b.c.)
Wednesday 14th September 2022 - t.b.c. - Zoom talk
Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th September 2022 - HGS display at the Yorkshire Fossil Festival in Scarborough. t.b.c.)
October 2022 (provisional) - evening lecture by Dave Roberts of Durham University.
Wednesday 18th November 2022 - t.b.c. - Zoom talk
Thursday 15th December 2022 - t.b.c. - Quiz Night at the University
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* Note - at our Roadshows we may sell rocks, minerals and fossils in our "Lucky Dip" to raise funds for the Society. There are genuine geological specimens and are not toys; they are not suitable for young children and should not be put in the mouth. Please wash your hands after handling geological specimens and before eating food. Click here for our Risk Assessment.
Winter lecture meetings usually start at 7-30 p.m. and are held in the Department of Geology, Cohen Building, University of Hull (unless otherwise stated). Non-members are welcome to attend but please arrive before the start of the meeting. If you arrive late the building may be locked for security reasons and you will not be able to get in. If we are in the ground floor lecture theatre or laboratory you can knock on the window and we will let you in.
There is no charge for non-members attending our meetings (unless otherwise stated), but you are welcome to make a donation to Society funds.
The Club Nights are open to members of the Society, University Staff and Students and interested members of the public. At the end of each meeting we will choose the topic or topics for the following meeting. Those attending are encouraged to bring some appropriate specimens, photographs, models or texts to contribute to the evening; though it is also OK to just join in the conversation. The meetings start promptly: if you arrive late the building will be locked for security reasons and you may not be able to get in.
Please contact the Society if you wish to come to a field meeting so that the leaders will know how many people to expect. The Society reserves the right to exclude people who are not wearing the necessary protective clothing/equipment.
If you wish to support the Society please consider sending a donation.
Click here for an archive of previous meeting topics from 2003 to present.
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