Links to some useful websites:

Geo-East

Regional geology and details of some Cambridgeshire sites

The Wildlife Trust

The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire

The Geologists Association

The Geologists Association

Bedfordshire Geology Group

Bedfordshire Geology Group

Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences

Holding some of the UK’s most important geological collections.

The Great Fen

Restoring fenland habitats

British Geological Survey

British Geological Survey

Natural England

The government’s adviser for the natural environment

Further information on various aspects of local geology and landscape can be found on the following sites:

Cambridge Natural History Society

organises many talks and field events and has links to many other local societies

Ely Museum

Formation of the Fens

Burwell Museum

A Fen Edge village

Wisbech & Fenland Museum

local and international geology (rocks & minerals), paleontology (fossils), conchology (shells)

Fenland Trust

The Fenland Trust

Working in partnership on the Fen Edge Trail

Peterborough Museum

Including world-famous Jurassic fossils and Ice Age displays

Chatteris Museum

Fenland Life

Ramsey Rural Museum

History and life in the Fens

Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge

Continuing education at Cambridge offers a vibrant and diverse array of subjects and courses for personal and professional development.

Norris Museum, St Ives

Includes Jurassic, Cretaceous and Ice Age fossils (currently closed for refurbishment)

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