Thanks to everyone who attended our AGM and Seminar - a lively discussion was had, and there were a number of valuable points made which we will be taking forward. We will be processing the recordings and will make them available on the website in due course.
Don't forget our membership offer - if you join between now and the end of the year, we will give you the remainder of 2023 free! As always, being a member (from only £20/year) will allow you priority access to event bookings, and a discount on the booking fee. If you are already a member, please log into the website to check that your membership is up to date to avoid delays when booking opens.
The first three articles of Geological Curator 11(8) are available to members to download now here.
This issue will be published in print December 2023, but we are in a position to bring our membership early online access to some of the papers which will be featured.
Membership fees for 2024 will be due on 1st January!
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We are always on the lookout for enthusiastic individuals who can help us out on our committee. You can get a good idea of the things we get up to by reading our annual reports, which are available from here. No specific experience is required, and we will provide you with any training you might need.
We always advertise specific trustee roles, but there is always other work to be done, so if you would like to help out, then have a read about what we do, and then get in touch to arrange an informal chat.