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How Sandford joined the upper crust:
a geological exploration of Mid Devon

Date:
15 October 2015
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Event type:
Lecture
Organised by:
Earth Science Week 2015, The Proprietary Chapel of St Luke Posbury
Venue:
The Lamb Inn, Sandford, Crediton, Devon, EX17 4LW
Event status:
EVENT CLOSED

This illustrated talk will explore the geological evolution of Devon, centering on the district around the village of Sandford and the nearby town of Crediton. 

Topics will include the Carboniferous Culm measures, the Permian red rocks and the volcanic lavas which provided much of the local building stone.

Event Details:

Time: 7pm

Cost: £3.00 per head – under 16s free of charge

Target Audience - All welcome: aimed at the general public with an interest in the local geology

Proceeds to the St. Luke’s Chapel Restoration Fund.

Persons wishing to dine after the talk should book with the Lamb Inn on 01363 773676


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