Events are open to non-members who wish to try out the society.
What can I expect? Have a look at the following slideshow with images from David Powell.
Booking for events is normally not required.
For outdoor excursions you will need to sign a risk assessment awareness form for each excursion you attend. You are expected to be responsible for your own safety. Please ensure you bring appropriate clothing, footwear and food. Excursions can take anything from 2 hours to all day. Locations can be isolated and exposed on difficult and rough terrain. Check the website for last moment changes or cancellations and sign up for email alerts.
Presentations and lectures start at the advertised time so please arrive a little earlier. Refreshments are served if they are available.
Also, please share cars wherever possible.
If you wish to organize an event send a message to our coordinator who will be happy to help.
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Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Friends’ Meeting House, Elliot Park, Keswick, CA12 5NZ
Wednesday, January 8, 2020
From small rockfalls to entire mountainside collapses –how landslides shape the landscape and pose a (growing?) risk
Winter Lecture by Dr Dunning, Newcastle University
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Castle Street, Carlisle CA3 8TP
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Climate Change Debate/Discussion
with Terence Sloan, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lancaster University and Howard Dewhirst, FGS
Harvey Davies Room, Braithwaite Institute, Braithwaite, CA12 5RY