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Geowalk: Stevenage Rocks!

14 October 2015
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Event type:
Field trip, Social event
Organised by:
Earth Science Week 2015
Stevenage Museum, St George's Way, Stevenage
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North Hertfordshire is not famed for its local stone, and most traditional buildings used brick or sometimes flint. More important buildings needed dressed stone for windows, doorways and decoration. This was usually brought in from more distant parts of East Anglia. 

Modern buildings use mainly brick and concrete. However, they are often enhanced by facing stones brought from all over the world. Take a walk around the town centre with a geologist to discover some of the exotic stones used.

This event will be repeated on Sunday 18 October at 2.30pm

Event Details:

Time: 11am

Cost: £4 (£2 concessions)

To book a place and find out where to meet, please contact the museum.

Tel: 01438 218881

Email: [email protected]

Convenor Contact

Stevenage Museum

Stevenage Museum
St George's Way

Tel: 01438 218881