Black Country Geological Society’s indoor meetings will be held during the winter months at the Abbey Room at the Dudley Archives, Tipton Road, Dudley, DY1 4SQ.
Unless otherwise stated, the Abbey Room and Zoom meetings will normally open at 7.30pm and lectures commence at 8.00pm.
Those wishing to attend field or geoconservation meetings please contact our Field Secretary (email address on the Contacts page).
Any non-members wishing to attend our virtual meetings should contact our Meetings Secretary for instructions (email address on the Contacts page).
Other contact details are also available on our Contact us page.
Updated 8 August 2021.
Members please check your email for any last minute changes.
Recordings of some of our virtual talks can be found on our YouTube channel.
Rediscovering Black Country Geology and its Impacts on the Landscape 3: Bumble Hole
Rediscovering Black Country Geology and its Impacts on the Landscape 3: Bumble Hole 6.45 -
Wednesday 11 August (Evening Field Meeting): 'Rediscovering Black Country Geology and its Impacts on the Landscape 3: Bumble Hole', led by Graham Worton and Andy Harrison. Meet at 6.45 at the old 'Dry Dock' pub car park near the visitor centre at Windmill End (SO953880). The final walk in this series explores the landscape and industrial heritage around Bumble Hole. Finish at 8.45 - 9.00 followed by an optional visit to a local pub to socialise and continue discussions.
Please note that numbers are limited to 25. First priority will be given to BCGS members. It is necessary to register for these trips with the Field Secretary, Andy Harrison (details above). One week before the event any remaining places will be available to visitors on a first come first served basis. Please register your interest as for BCGS members, and you will be put on a waiting list.
Monday 20 September (Zoom Meeting): 'Geology of Devon & Cornwall'. Speaker: Dr Frank Ince (Russell Society). Dr Ince will be talking about the geology of Devon and Cornwall and the minerals of the China Clay Pits.