The Breaking New Ground LPS and Norfolk Geodiversity Partnership invite you to a fascinating day school focussing on how decisions about managing the Brecks can affect geodiversity. ‘Geological Landscapes’ will enable land managers, advisers and consult-ants to read and understand the basic elements of geodiversity, and in doing so enable them to make management decisions that value and conserve Earth heritage features.

On the 19th October 2015 at Oak Lodge at the High Lodge Forest Centre

The day includes:

A specialist presentation by geologist Tim Holt-Wilson,

with input from Norfolk FWAG advisor Charlie Ennals and Natural England.

A field trip (by coach and on foot) to discover some key sites.

The event is free but booking is required.

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