The Tertiary Period During this 65 million year period, there were massive developments, such as the evolutionary rise of the mammals and flowering plants, and the cooling of the climate. British, European, and global changes in climate, geography, fauna and flora during this relatively recent phase of Earth history, and the evidence upon which these ideas are based. Monday 18th April, for 10 weeks, until 27th June (not 2nd or 30th May). Held at Wynstones School, Stroud Road, Whaddon, Gloucester from 7.30-9.30pm on Mondays. Cost £70. More details in COURSES COURSE BROCHURES
Geology and Landscape in Gloucestershire (evening field course Tuesdays 7-9 First meeting point:- Cud Hill – roadside on unfenced land, where there are several parking places west of the turn to Spoonbed Farm on the minor road towards Edge from the B4073 from Painswick to Upton St Leonards (SO861125) at 7pm Tuesday 24th May. Further sessions on website (Go to COURSES COURSE BROCHURES), separate leaflet, and/or by contacting Dave Green.