Participate

in creating materials for a video which aims to unravel the development of the landscape from the present day back into the Ice Age.

Dates for diaries.    All 11am until 4pm.

Development of Newark’s archaeology and geology from Ice Age to present. 1

Tues 6th Nov: Mapping –County Archaeologist Ursilla Spence, HER. Completed. See news page.and resources.

Development of Newark’s archaeology and geology from Ice Age to present. 2

Tues 4th Dec: Mapping – Dr. Colin Baker, coversands and mapping from boreholes along SLR. Completed. See news page and  resources.

2019

Development of Newark’s archaeology and geology from Ice Age to present. 3

12 Feb: Mapping – Leanne Hughes, BGS

Leanne’s is a chartered Geologist based at  the British Geological  Survey,  Keyworth.  Her research interests are:-

  • 3D geological modelling
  • Glacial geomorphology
  • Quaternary mapping

The full day is aimed at correlating the records of topography and superficial geology. A step towards unraveling the landscape. No Qgis session.

12th March: Mapping – Mark Bateman, Lake Humber

2nd April: Mapping – Sam Stein, palaeochannels

If not already booked please email info@iceagejourneys.org.uk

Exploring and Mapping the Historic Landscape around Newark poster.

Venue: Community Space at the Newark Civil War Centre,

14 Appletongate, Newark, NG24 1JY.

Long-stay carparking on Tolney Lane/Riverside Park NB24 1BZ.

Disabled parking outside.