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South East Wales RIGS (Regionally Important Geodiversity Sites) works to enhance and protect a suite of geological sites across South East Wales.

Now that the Welsh government has allowed the resumption of outdoor activities with a maximum of 30 people, we’re tentatively resuming our programme. Please be aware that the COVID rules for work days apply.

NEW
Glamorgan Heritage Coast – A Guide to its Geology
(reprint)

What We Do

[see also the Project Plan for the various steps in the process]

How You Can Help

  • Join, annual membership only costs £5
  • Help with vetting sites
  • Help with site clearance
  • Help logging sites (for those with the geological knowledge)

Forthcoming Events

Currently penciled in (where not shown, exact dates will be confirmed nearer the time):

If you want to take part but are unsure how to go about it, please contact our chairman Nigel McGaw at nimar[dot]nmcgaw{@}gmail.com or Elen Wharton at ewharton58{@}gmail.com

Recent Events

Digitised Back-up

Relevant data on RIGS sites and various bits of documentation are held on two external hard drives, which are the property of the South-East Wales RIGS Group.

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  1. The SWGA is also supportive of initiatives in geoconservation and geodiversity , in particular through their involvement in the creation of the South East Wales RIGS group.

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South East Wales RIGS (Regionally Important Geodiversity Sites) works to enhance and protect a suite of geological sites across South East Wales.

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