Bucks Geology Group
Here is a glimpse of some past events to whet the appetite. More images can be seen under specific sites in the geology section or in our newsletters.
Photos above: Rock and fossil day at the Bucks County Museum: There is always lots going on at these events: identification of rocks, fossils or minerals brought into us; displays of local fossils, explanation of Bucks geology, leaflets and information; demonstrations and often something exotic to interest all.
Photos above: The group make many visits to geological locations such as Studley Grange for fossils:
Photo Left: Shows the lovely view from Chalk escarpment to clay vale and of field systems, some of which have been in place since the Bronze Age! From Ivinghoe there are beautiful Chalk landscapes, ice age geology and an intriguing archaeological story. Photo Right: Archaeological or geological lumps and bumps? Both are visible in this photograph from the Ivinghoe hills - ice age sculpting of the hills and human activity from the Bronze Age to Iron Age making the large ditch in the foreground and the famous hillfort of Beacon Hill (out of site in this shot).