Gloucestershire Geology Trust
The Gloucestershire Geology Trust is a private non-profit organisation founded in 1992. All of the trust's funding comes from various grants, funds, charitable trusts and foundations. Recent and current funding opportunities have allowed them to undertake work programmes and initiatives that have made a significant impact on promoting geodiversity in Gloucestershire, the county in South West England.
Gloucestershire Geology Trust (GGT) is a registered charity, a founder member of The Geology Trusts and one of the leading geoconservation organisations in the country. The Trust was set up in 1992, with the aim of surveying and recording Regionally Important Geological Sites (RIGS).
GGT also carry out conservation work on important geological sites; we hold the Geological Records Centre for the county; produce a variety of publications; run a highly successful Rock & Fossil Roadshow programme and offer a variety of events throughout the year.
In addition to these services, they are able to deliver advice and information relating to geology and geoconservation matters, as well as practical SSSI and RIGS geoconservation work. GGT has become the key point of Specialist Earth Heritage Conservation advice in the county of Gloucestershire.
- Gloucestershire Geology Trust (home page)
- Gateway for the disabled
- Local geodiversity action plan for Oxfordshire's Lower and Middle Jurassic
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