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WSGS Field Trips 2010

Thursday 29th July 2010 WSGS Town Hall Trail-led by Brenda Humphreys Brenda prepared this walk, which will soon be produced as a leaflet Meet at Worthing Pier at 7pm

Sunday 29th August 2010 Warnham Clay Pit -led by Geoff Toye
Langhurstwood Road brick pit. 10 am
. Maps, Explorer 134 Landranger 198 Map ref: 175 353.
If you are coming from the North Horsham Bypass on the Langhurstwood Road the site entrance is on the right just after you pass under the brickworks conveyor belt.
High visibility jackets and hard hats required

Sunday 19th September 2010 Geology of the Duncton area -led by David Bone.
Meet 2.00pm at the viewpoint car park at the top of Duncton Hill (SU 955161)
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Afternoon guided walk to the North of the Downs -geology & landscape walk in the Duncton area"
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Leader: David Bone. A one-way walk of about 2km (1
.5 miles), mostly downhill, from the South Downs escarpment at Duncton to the picturesque tufa-built church at Burton Park.
A car (or two) will be left at the finishing point to return drivers for collection of their cars, so please confirm your attendance in advance of the meeting.
Finish at around 4.30pm.

Sunday 10th October 2010 In Search of Mantell's Quarry -Whiteman's Green, near Cuckfield, led by Tony Brook
An afternoon walk, 1
:30 till 3:30pm meeting at Whiteman's Green Car Park, (TQ305245) near Cuckfield.
Suitable footwear advised.

Sunday 17th October 2010 Mapping the Chalk in the Arun Valley -led Rory Mortimore Details to follow

Please note that on all field trips we will collect one pound from WSGS members and
two pounds from visitors to cover costs on the day (also covers Day Membership for our insurance)

John Lonergan, Field Trip Secretary, West Sussex Geological Society

All activities are at your own risk - take care.


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