© Liverpool Geological Society

WELCOME

Welcome to the LGS website.

The LGS President Doctor Maggie

Williams welcomes you, one and all to

the 158th Session of the LGS.

 Founded 1859
Registered Charity No: 500067

LIVERPOOL

GEOLOGICAL

SOCIETY

158th Session
Chirotherium storetonense Track © World Museum, Liverpool

FROM THE TREASURER

Subscriptions for the 2016 - 2017 session are due on the 1st October 2016, 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 has been increased to £62.00 for 2016-2017. Mr Gary T Billington Honorary Treasurer Liverpool Geological Society 4 Lewisham Road Liverpool L11 1EF
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Refreshments

Tea & coffee will now be served at the front of the lecture theatre, from 7pm. We will need to make sure that we leave no debris behind when we have finished. The library trolley will also be open at the same time at the front of the lecture theatre.

Field Excursions

First information about the 2017 excursions is now available on the OUTDOOR MEETINGS page.

Council meeting

The next council meeting will be held on Tuesday 12th September, 2017. This is the final council meeting for the 158th session, 2016-2017

Member’s Evening 2017

There will be a ‘Members’ Evening’ (date to be confirmed). This evening is your chance to have your “Five (or ten) minutes of fame” and give a short presentation or talk about a geological topic to other LGS members. If you’re stuck for ideas, why not share one of the following: details of the most exciting geology field excursion you’ve undertaken (or would like to do); information about a new field guide book, geology book or map you’ve read or used; photographs of geological features you’ve seen on your holiday, on a recent LGS field excursion (or found in your back garden); unusual geological specimens you’ve found or seen (if they are not too big or heavy, you could bring these along to show/ amaze members); an outline of the best geological exhibit you’ve seen? If you would like to offer a talk or presentation, please let Chris Hunt know by emailing: scfc@liv.ac.uk

 GeologicalSociety NorthWestRegionalGroup

Joint meeting with the Herdman Society

Thursday May 4th, Herdman Building, Liverpool

University.

Risk and Uncertainty in Exploration

for Oil and Gas

by Malcolm Brown, President of the

Geological Society

Details here.

Hilbre Island Saturday 20th May 2017

details here.

WELCOME

Welcome to the LGS website.

The LGS President Doctor Maggie

Williams welcomes you, one and all to

the 158th Session of the LGS.

© Liverpool Geological Society

Liverpool Geological

Society

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

Refreshments

Tea & coffee will now be served at the front of the lecture theatre, from 7pm. We will need to make sure that we leave no debris behind when we have finished.

 GeologicalSociety NorthWestRegionalGroup

Joint meeting with the Herdman Society

Thursday May 4th, Herdman Building, Liverpool

University.

Risk and Uncertainty in Exploration

for Oil and Gas

by Malcolm Brown, President of the

Geological Society

Details here.

Council meeting

The next council meeting will be held on Tuesday 12th September, 2017. This is the final council meeting for the 158th session, 2016-2017

Member’s Evening 2017

There will be a ‘Members’ Evening’ (date to be confirmed). This evening is your chance to have your “Five (or ten) minutes of fame” and give a short presentation or talk about a geological topic to other LGS members. If you’re stuck for ideas, why not share one of the following: details of the most exciting geology field excursion you’ve undertaken (or would like to do); information about a new field guide book, geology book or map you’ve read or used; photographs of geological features you’ve seen on your holiday, on a recent LGS field excursion (or found in your back garden); unusual geological specimens you’ve found or seen (if they are not too big or heavy, you could bring these along to show/ amaze members); an outline of the best geological exhibit you’ve seen? If you would like to offer a talk or presentation, please let Chris Hunt know by emailing: scfc@liv.ac.uk

Hilbre Island Saturday 20th May 2017

details here.