7th June - Field Meeting to
Ecton Copper Mine with
28th June - The Great Orme, Field Meeting
with Marion Grundy Ridewood.
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clothing with sturdy walking boots.
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DO NOT BOOK A HOTEL ROOM FOR YOURSELF for the Whitby Field Trip. Phone JOE CROSSLEY for INSTRUCTIONS!
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Weekend Field Meeting to:
The North Yorkshire Coast and Moors
Joe Crossley & Hazel Clark
2 LGS Summer Field Meetings COMING UP
Friday 16th May to Sunday, 18th May
North Sea Oil Reservoir Rocks with Joe
Crossley& Hazel Clark.
The LGS has booked a number of rooms
at Royal Hotel, Whitby. It costs £99 for the
weekend from Friday Dinner to Sunday
Breakfast inclusive. As this is a very good
& popular hotel Bookings ASAP to Joe
Crossley with £25 per person deposit
made payable to Joe Crossley.
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Dear potential speaker,
Thank you for your interest. Please find below some information about SciBar. If you need anything else please let me know.
SciBar is organised by the Merseyside branch of the British Science Association and held on the first Tuesday of the month at the Ship and Mitre on Dale Street.
We are always looking for new speakers so please get in touch either by emailing me (email@example.com) or via twitter (@merseysci). This is your chance to promote your work or research and get some practice public speaking.
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SciBar is aimed at members of the public with an interest in science, rather than professionals or students, and is fun and informal. The full range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is covered by the events. The audience is up to 30 people across the full age range. Most do not have a scientific background but all have a keen interest in STEM subjects.
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