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We were recently treated to an extra lecture about the geology of Anglesey, given by Graham Leslie of British Geological Survey. If you missed it, you can listen to a recording here:

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Our lest lecture was by Tom Sharpe, long standing member of our group, titled: Mary Anning: monsters, myths and misfortunes. Tom has kindly agreed to his lecture being recorded so you can watch it here, available for the next few months.

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Tom has recently published a book about Mary Anning which can be purchased from the publisher Draycott Press. Follow the link above.

Now that autumn is with us, we would normally be enjoying our lecture series. We aren't going to let a global pandemic get us down and so we have started to have some lectures via zoom with an opportunity before the lecture for a group chat just as we have always done. Last Saturday, Alan Bowring gave an excellent talk entitled: Cribarth - a view from your desktop and we have recorded it so if you missed it, follow the link below to go to our YouTube channel to watch in your own time!

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