Menu

Dear Members

Due to the threat of the Coronavirus and following government advice, the anticipated talk on mining links between Cornwall & Saxony on Wednesday 18 March will be postponed until healthier times.

After consulting Courtenay Smale regarding our visit to view the Caerhays Minerals on Saturday 28th March, it was agreed to postpone this visit also in the interests of health & safety.
 
Similarly all RGSC activities will be suspended until such time as meetings will be safe for all to attend.
 
Council members will be in touch via email regarding RGSC business.
 

2020 Calendar of Events

 

Talks and lectures listed below are at the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Fiveacres, Allet TR4 9DT. Start time 7.00 pm.

 

Wed 15th January. Invitation to helpers for preparation for February AGM

 

Wed 22nd January.  Please note: members' evening postponed

 

Saturday 15 February.  Annual General Meeting.  The speaker is Professor Dianne Edwards, Cardiff University.  Return visit by request, after her previous popular presentation in May 2019. The title at the AGM will be: “Could early land plants have bioengineered the planet, transforming it from a greenhouse to an icehouse world?”  https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/view/81680-edwards-dianne

                

Wednesday 18 March. Cancelled The speaker is Rowan Halkes, Graduate Research Assistant at Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter.  "Links between Cornwall and Saxony".  http://emps.exeter.ac.uk/csm/staff/rth202

Saturday 28 March. Cancelled Visit to view the Caerhays Mineral Collection, guided by its Curator, our member Courtenay Smale.  Limited numbers so please contact us to sign up. With thanks to Mr Charles Williams of Burncoose, who inherited Caerhays Castle from our early Member and former Chair of Cornwall Council, Mr Julyan Williams. https://visit.caerhays.co.uk/the-estate/the-mineral-collection/