Volunteer with the Gloucestershire Geology Trust!
The Geowardens project needs local people to help out with the management and conservation of sites where this stunning geological past can be demonstrated. There are many ways to be involved with the Geowardens; you can be part of the team carrying out conservation work to the rock faces and the woodland in Huntley Quarry and Hobb’s Quarry Reserves, you can help to lead guided walks around the reserve, you can just walk parts of the trail route and make notes of any problems (such as broken fences, rickety stiles and fallen trees).
Rock and Fossil Roadshow Volunteers Needed
The Gloucestershire Geology Trust is always looking for extra help at a variety of events; we have a number of Rock and Fossil Roadshows organised throughout the summer. If you would like to be involved in raising awareness of the rocks and fossils found in the area, or helping run a range of activities such as making fossil plaster casts, then please contact us with the information below.
If you are interested in any aspect of this, please get in touch and we will be happy to provide more details for you. Whether you want to really get your hands dirty on the rocks, just help guide children at the Roadshows, or help at any other events we run, we would be very happy to hear from you.
For more information contact:
Beth Wilson (Head of Geology)
Gloucestershire Geology Trust
The Tithe Barn Centre
Tel: 01452 864438