Read the Geological Society of London obituary of the WEGA  President - Reg Bradshaw

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Reg was a great supporter of WEGA for many years, and although he was not able to attend many meetings in recent years due to his age (95), he will be sadly missed. 

WEGA annual subscriptions

 

2018/19

Due 1 October 2018

 

Full Members:           £10

Student members     £2

 

If you pay by standing order - please change the amount 

from the present figure of £15

 

An admission rate will be charged for lectures in 2017/18

 

Members:              free

Non members      £2

Students               £1

Check out the new web site for anybody with an interest in the life and work of William Smith.

Our Aims:

To promote a wider interest in the science of geology through organised lectures, field excursions and social activities.


To provide a link between the amateur, the student, the teacher and the professional geologist.


To foster interest in geological sites within the area with a view to their study and wise conservation.


To establish and maintain good relations with organisations that have common interests.

Field Trips: WEGA, the Bath Geological Society, and the Geology section of the Bristol Naturalists group have a reciprocal arrangement whereby members from each of the groups are able to attend trips organised by any of the other groups. Typically there are local day excursions, a weekend trip somewhere in the UK, and when possible a longer trip in more exotic localities.

Lecture Programme: Lectures are held at 7:30 on a Tuesday in the months from October to December inclusive. The AGM, involving a members evening, is normally held in April, but the movable feast of Easter makes its date somewhat variable.