Gravestone Geology Walks and Events
With geologists Nina Morgan and Philip Powell
The wide range of rock types used for gravestones means that cemeteries can be geological treasure-troves. Come along to one of our guided gravestone geology walks and find out why. The walks are free to attend, and normally there is generally no need to book, but see exceptions detailed below. Copies of The Geology of Oxford Gravestones, costing £15, will be available to examine and buy after the walk.
Wear comfortable walking shoes or boots and wet weather gear. Please note that these walks take place on public footpaths and uneven surfaces - sorry, no disabled access - and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
You'll never look at cemeteries in the same way again!
Oxford Science + Ideas Festival (IF)
Join us for some socially distanced gravestone geology walks as part of the Oxford Ideas Festival.
Sunday 18 October, 11am–12pm, a North Oxford Cemetery
Sunday 18 October 2pm–3pm, an East Oxford Cemetery
Sunday 25 October 11am–12pm, an Oxford City Centre Cemetery
Sunday 25 October 2pm–3pm, an East Oxford Cemetery
These walks are each limited to six participants and booking is essential. Locations and meeting points will be emailed to attendees once bookings have been made.
For information about how to book see: www.if-oxford.com.
7/8 November 2020
Join us at the Geologists Association FREE Virtual Festival of Geology from the comfort of your home.
Special Interest Groups
Geologists Nina Morgan and Philip Powell are also happy to give talks about gravestone geology and to lead bespoke gravestone geology walks for special interest groups in Oxfordshire.
To discuss the possibilities email: email@example.com