Unfortunately, during the Covid-19 crisis we are not able to hold meetings at Cavendish Hall.
We are holding online meetings while social distancing rules are in force. Please
contact us for further information.
Formed in 1973, the Society's aim is to advance public appreciation of geology by observation, discussion, field studies, research, illustrated talks and exhibitions. Memberships embraces all age groups from 16 years upwards, regardless of gender or race, and includes those with widely diversified interests. We have a lively program of meetings held on the second Wednesday of each month at the Cavendish Pavilion, Eastcote, Middlesex. Exhibitions at locations throughout the London Boroughs of Harrow and Hillingdon, and elsewhere, give members an opportunity to display aspects of their particular interests and their collections. We also have a good field trip programme to suit all tastes.
Monthly Meetings
2nd Wednesday of month
Online meetings are being held during social distancing restrictions
8 July: Presentation by Sheppy Shepherd (Chairman)
12 August: Members evening

Rescheduled to June 2021:
Platinum Group Metals - their Geological Occurrence, Extraction and Applications
Talk by Bruce Rimmer (AGS)

Usual venue when social distancing permits:
Cavendish Hall, Field End Road, Eastcote, Middx HA4 9PG
Doors open at 7.30pm, talk at 8pm followed by coffee.
Non-members welcome (£3 entry). Children 14+ must be accompanied.


Field Trips
Conservation Day at Harefield Pit SSSI
Venue: Harefield Pit, Church Hill, Harefield, Middx
Volunteers will be needed to clear the path leading to the old quarry face
The Society assists in the clearance and preservation of Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) such as this old quarry face in the borough of Hillingdon.

Information about Harefield Pit SSSI

THE SOCIETY ALWAYS WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS, WHATEVER THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT.
VISITORS ARE WELCOME TO OUR MONTHLY MEETINGS AND YOU CAN JOIN THE SOCIETY THERE.