Welcome

Welcome to the North Staffordshire Group of the Geologists’ Association (NSGGA).

The NSGGA is the regional group of the Geologists’ Association in North Staffordshire.

Lecture meetings are held during the autumn and winter, at 7.30pm usually on the second Thursday of the month. Due to coronavirus restrictions, lectures will be held online via Zoom for at least the remainder of Winter 2021/22. NSGGA members will receive a Zoom link via email, non-members can request a link via the contacts page.

Field meetings are usually held at approximately monthly intervals over the spring and summer. Hopefully the field programme will recommence in spring 2022.

Lectures

2021/2022 Winter Programme:

The winter lectures for 2021/22 will continue to take place online via Zoom

Thursday 14 October @ 19:30 Lecture: What sedimentary rocks can tell us about astronomical cycles and climates in deep geological time by Jim Riding (BGS)

Thursday 11 November @ 19:30 21st Wolverson Cope Lecture: Minerals of Staffordshire and the Peak District by Roy Starkey 

Thursday 2 December @ 19:00 Virtual Christmas Social with short talks on the Bateman Gallery at Biddulph Grange

Excursions

North Staffordshire Group of the Geologists’ Association has recommenced its field programme.

We will provide an update for the summer 2022 field season in the April Bulletin

Bulletins

Bulletin 134 : October 2021

Bulletin 134 (October 2021) is now available as a pdf.

Download Bulletin 134 from here

NSGGA Leaflet

Here is a leaflet advertising the activities of the NSGGA together with an application form for membership. NSGGA Leaflet

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Join NSGGA

The NSGGA offers several types of membership:

Ordinary £13/year
Family £15/year
Retired / unwaged £10/year
Student £3 for duration of course

For these types of memberships please complete and return the personal membership form on this page.

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NSGGA Library

The NSGGA library is held at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Hanley.

On this page is the list of books that may be consulted by members.

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