Talks and Events

The QRA annual discussion and field meetings take place throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. Our activities are not restricted to people engaged in Quaternary research - anyone with an interest in the Quaternary is always welcome.

Talks and Events

The QRA annual discussion and field meetings take place throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. Our activities are not restricted to people engaged in Quaternary research - anyone with an interest in the Quaternary is always welcome.

Kent - People and Beasts of the Ice Ages

23/05/20

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED INDEFINITELY DUE TO COVID-19

The Seaside Museum, Herne Bay, Kent

11:30–15:30, autism-friendly 10:30–11:30

A one-day pop-up exhibition on People and Beasts of the Ice Ages will allow visitors to see more of the Seaside collection...

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED INDEFINITELY DUE TO COVID-19

The Seaside Museum, Herne Bay, Kent

11:30–15:30, autism-friendly 10:30–11:30

A one-day pop-up exhibition on People and Beasts of the Ice Ages will allow visitors to see more of the Seaside collection than is usually on display. This includes Mammoth, Straight Tusked Elephant, Woolly Rhino and Auroch fossils, being conserved with the support of the Quaternary Research Association. There will also be opportunities to handle flint tools made by homo Heidelbergensis, Neanderthalensis and early homo Sapiens.

More information in this flyer and press release

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Scottish Geology Festival

01/09/20 - 30/10/20


The Scottish Geology Trust is coordinating the Scottish Geology Festival in 2020 and inviting organisations across the country to plan public events with a geological theme (talks, walks, family activities, exhibitions, etc). Event organisers are responsible for arrangements,...


The Scottish Geology Trust is coordinating the Scottish Geology Festival in 2020 and inviting organisations across the country to plan public events with a geological theme (talks, walks, family activities, exhibitions, etc). Event organisers are responsible for arrangements, including health and safety, but the Trust can offer advice and support, and put you in touch with local geology experts. 

Further information and submissions: www.scottishgeologytrust.org/festival

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