The Scottish Geology Trust is now recruiting for a number of volunteer positions to further support its business and development plans. The list of current volunteer roles we are now recruiting for can be found here. We would be especially interested to hear from any of our members or volunteers who have experience in videography […]
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The Scottish Geology Trust has received a major gift from the Trustees of First Scottish. This donation of £5,000 will support the Scottish Geology Trust with its fundraising efforts and specifically hiring a part-time fundraiser. The Trust is delighted to have this vital support from First Scottish and thanks the Trustees for this generous contribution. […]
VisitScotland’s Sketching Scotland series celebrates Scotland’s rich history A new campaign launched by VisitScotland aims to inspire future visitors to Scotland as COVID restrictions ease. The Sketching Scotland series invites budding artists from across the globe to combine their love of drawing and Scotland to sketch 20 of Scotland’s best-known landmarks via step-by-step art tutorials. […]
The Scottish Geology Trust will be hosting the Scottish Geology Festival this year to encourage activity, events and engagement in support of Scotland’s geology. The festival will run from 12th September – 31st October, 2020. The Trust invites organisations, enthusiasts, and societies to create and list their relevant events and activities during this timeframe under […]
Geology Holiday – Lochranza Centre August 8th – 14th, 2020 September 19th – 25th, 2020 Fancy a Geoliday? Lochranza Centre is hosting a 5 day fieldwork inclusive of full board, accommodation and instruction for £425 per person. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Limited availability due to safety, so please act fast.
Scottish Geology Trust
The key objective of the Scottish Geology Trust is to inspire people everywhere to understand, love and care for Scotland’s incredible geological heritage and its role in creating a sustainable future.
An SCIO registered in Scotland:
Charity Number SC049775