Geological History of Essex

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Sun, 07/10/2018 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

Learn how the basement on which Essex is constructed came into being, its wanderings around the globe over the ensuing millennia and the dramatic shifts in climate and sea level that have occurred throughout this journey. Fieldwork to take place at The Naze Visitor Centre, an excellent example of these events, at least over the last 100 million years.


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Venue location

The Naze Visitor Centre,
Walton on the Naze,
CO14 8LE

Event information

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Tel: 01621 862960
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Sunday 7th October 2018
10:00am - 4:00pm
Price / Donation
£30 donation per person
Suitable for 16+ years
Joining Instructions

Booking is essential.

To book a place please contact us on 01621 862960 or email 

Essex Wildlife Trust
Venue location
The Naze Visitor Centre,
Walton on the Naze,
CO14 8LE
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Wheelchair Access
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
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What to bring
Sturdy footwear suitable for muddy conditions, if applicable, and suitable outdoor clothing, notebook, packed lunch and, if required, food for short breaks, tea/coffee will be available. Food & drinks are available to purchase at the centre.

Contact details
Tel: 01621 862960