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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.

Within the context of this RIGS group, South East Wales covers approximately the area bounded to the south by the Bristol Channel, to the east by the national boundary from Chepstow to Hay-on-Wye, then the River Wye to Builth Wells, then the A483 road west and southwest to Llandeilo, then the A476 road to Cross Hands and the Gwendraeth Fawr river to Camarthen Bay.

For further information please contact southeastwalesrigsinfo at gmail.com.

Current committee members are:

  • Nigel McGaw (chair)
  • Dilys Harlow (secretary)
  • Cindy Howells (treasurer)
  • Adrian Humpage
  • Ben Evans
  • Marnix Roels

For information on how to become a member, contact our treasurer Cindy Howells (cindy.howells at museumwales.ac.uk), our secretary Dilys Harlow (harlowfamily at blueyonder.co.uk) or Adrian Humpage (ajhu10 at hotmail.co.uk) for further details about becoming a member. Cindy, Dilys or Adrian will also provide you with information on how to make the relevant payments. See also the membership form which can be downloaded from the Membership page.

We meet in various places; directions to some of the places where we’ve convened can be found on the Meeting Places page.

Note: when using the above email addresses, replace the ‘at’ with the @-sign.

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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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