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*** Notices ***

Message from the The Geologists Association


KGG Lockdown Whimsy


Message from our chairman Anne Padfield:

'I hope everyone is keeping well and staying safe, during this difficult situation.
The KGG will resume meetings as soon as we get the go ahead from The GA.
Until then, keep busy, stay safe, stay happy.

Meanwhile, if you have any pictures and articles you would like to share with members, please send them by e-mail.'


Dennis Fullwood RIP:

It is with a heavy heart and great sadness, that I am tasked with announcing the passing of our dear friend and KGG member, Dennis Fullwood.

The details are unclear but it seems he passed away in bed, at home. I didn't personally know Dennis that well, but it was evident that he was a lovely, friendly, person, who was always willing to help whenever and however he could.

Dennis was of considerable help to our Honorary president, Dr Adrian Rundle, with his endeavours of running the KGG stand at Kempton Park and the Festival of Geology at UCL. He will be greatly missed.

Until we all meet again, keep well and safe, everyone.