Impact of Glaciation and Local Landscapes, a talk by Zoom to be given by Dr Richard Waller. 


 5th November at 2.15 pm  

Richard Waller’s initial interest in physical Geography was sparked off by his enjoyment of fell-walking. During his degree course he had the opportunity to spend two months in Alaska, which graphically illustrated the power of ice and led to his current specialisation in cold environments.  He is now a senior lecturer in Geography at Keele University. He runs annual student visits to observe glacial features in Norway but he also greatly values the opportunities at weekends to experience and study our local Cumbrian post-glacial environments.  As an expert speaker we can expect Richard to be both informative and lively.



Roger Leech has kindly offered to give his talk on Rocks and Minerals, originally scheduled for April this year, on THURSDAY, 15 OCTOBER AT 2.15 PM, BY ZOOM.

With a father who was an engineer, Roger’s early family experiences in Africa and elsewhere sparked his interest in rocks and minerals. His own career was as a scientist, initially focusing on micro-biology, but he has always maintained a serious fascination for geology and he has a most extensive collection and knowledge of a wide range of rocks, minerals and mining. Living in our local area has enabled Roger to develop his interest further. This promises to be an excellent, lively and well-illustrated talk with an exploration of rocks and minerals both above and below ground.



Zoom Conferencing Calendar Link

Zoom Video Conferencing Calendar. This is a 3 month rolling calendar showing dates and times that are available to groups to hold remote online meetings / sessions. Members can use this to check when their group has a conference session. Conveners wishing to use Zoom, please contact :-

Josie Dunlop.

Andrea Willett.  

Alan Beale.


There is a monthly meeting every month of the year except July and August. These meetings take place at the Penrith Playhouse from 2.15 pm. There are also occasional study days on Saturdays at St. Andrew’s parish rooms