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160th Session
Chirotherium storetonense Track © World Museum, Liverpool

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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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Mar 19 Thomas Clifford, Principal Geotechnical Engineer and Maisie Mansfield, Geotechnical Engineer, Atkins This evening lecture will look at the importance of geological modelling to help manage ground related risk whilst looking at the capability of new technologies to offer more insight into ground characterisation.

Message from your programme secretary

As the end of the session approaches preparations are already underway for the next 2019-20 session. If you have any ideas or (even better) contacts for talks please let me know asap. Probably sometime in November there will be the popular members evening - this is dependent upon your contributions so keep one eye on the rocks on your Easter and Summer holidays. Short 10-15 min talks or something a bit longer up to 30 mins are welcome. Feedback on the 2018-19 session would be appreciated. Chris Hunt LGS programme secretary
6th Apr Joint Field Meeting Rainhill Civic Society, Leader :Joe Crossley: Rock Around Rainhill The almost 250,000,000 years old Triassic New Red Sandstone, easily accessible in buildings and exposures in and around Rainhill, is bursting with excellently displayed sedimentary features, which give a fascinating insight into the weather, landscape and ancient Geography of more than this part of England. Start time: Either 9.45 at Caffe & Co in the Dane Court Shopping centre SJ 4914 9150 (car park near-by off Weaver Avenue,accessed via Exchange Place from theA57 Breakfast/Tea/Coffee etc available Or 10.30 at Rainhill Railway Station, SJ 4916 9160 Station Rd off the A57 Approximate finish time: 4.30pm at Pex Hill SJ 5095 9095 - car park at this view point. Approximate walking distance:, before lunch (at Manor Farm, SJ 5020 8950 Mill Lane, Rainhill) 2 miles on pavements. After Lunch 2 miles on tracks/footpaths, including steps.

Annual Dinner, 12th March

Villa Romana, 6 Wood Street

7.00 for 7.30pm

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© Liverpool Geological Society

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160 th session
Registered Charity No: 500067
Chirotherium storetonense Track © World Museum, Liverpool
2019
Mar 19 Thomas Clifford, Principal Geotechnical Engineer and Maisie Mansfield, Geotechnical Engineer, Atkins This evening lecture will look at the importance of geological modelling to help manage ground related risk whilst looking at the capability of new technologies to offer more insight into ground characterisation.

Message from your programme secretary

As the end of the session approaches preparations are already underway for the next 2019-20 session. If you have any ideas or (even better) contacts for talks please let me know asap. Probably sometime in November there will be the popular members evening - this is dependent upon your contributions so keep one eye on the rocks on your Easter and Summer holidays. Short 10-15 min talks or something a bit longer up to 30 mins are welcome. Feedback on the 2018-19 session would be appreciated. Chris Hunt LGS programme secretary
6th Apr Joint Field Meeting Rainhill Civic Society, Leader :Joe Crossley: Rock Around Rainhill The almost 250,000,000 years old Triassic New Red Sandstone, easily accessible in buildings and exposures in and around Rainhill, is bursting with excellently displayed sedimentary features, which give a fascinating insight into the weather, landscape and ancient Geography of more than this part of England. Start time: Either 9.45 at Caffe & Co in the Dane Court Shopping centre SJ 4914 9150 (car park near-by off Weaver Avenue,accessed via Exchange Place from theA57 Breakfast/Tea/Coffee etc available Or 10.30 at Rainhill Railway Station, SJ 4916 9160 Station Rd off the A57 Approximate finish time: 4.30pm at Pex Hill SJ 5095 9095 - car park at this view point. Approximate walking distance:, before lunch (at Manor Farm, SJ 5020 8950 Mill Lane, Rainhill) 2 miles on pavements. After Lunch 2 miles on tracks/footpaths, including steps.

Annual Dinner, 12th March

Villa Romana, 6 Wood Street

7.00 for 7.30pm