Gloucestershire Geology Trust

Gloucestershire Geology Trust

Charity information

Gloucestershire Geology Trust

Gloucestershire Geology Trust carry out conservation and enhancement of geodiversity sites and features, and provide education and interpretation of geodiversity to a diverse audience.

Founded 1991

  • Mission statement

    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 practical conservation work on important geological and landscape sites, we maintain the Geological Records Centre for Gloucestershire, produce a variety of guides and publications, run a highly successful Rock & Fossil Roadshow education programme and offer a variety of events throughout the year.
    In addition to these services, we are able to deliver advice and information relating to geology and geoconservation matters, as well as practical SSSI and RIGS geoconservation work. We have become the key point of Specialist Earth Heritage Conservation advice in the county.
    GGT work with landowners and managers, bodies such as Natural England and English Heritage, the county and district councils, Wildlife Trust, The National Trust and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as well as with commercial organisations, in order to protect, conserve and enhance the wonderful geology and landscape of Gloucestershire.

  • Aims

    Gloucestershire Geology Trust aims to:

    • To record, conserve and enhance the geodiversity of Gloucestershire.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1991

    Registered Charity Number: 1115272

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 30

    Phone number: 01452 864438

    Address: The Geological Records Centre The Tithe Barn Centre Court Road Brockworth GL3 4QU

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