Wiltshire Geology Group
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by Stephen Hannath

THE BUILDINGS OF WILTSHIRE an exploration through the Earth materials used

Wiltshire's landscape is inextricably bound up with the rocks beneath the surface. It is our aim to raise public awareness of Earth Sciences and draw peoples attention to the way the landscape, and the towns and villages within it, are influenced by the underlying geology.

Books

NEW:   THE BUILDINGS OF WILTSHIRE  an exploration through the Earth                                                                 materials used   by Stephen Hannath

GEOLOGY, LANDSCAPE and BUILDING STONE around BRADFORD-ON-AVON by Isobel Geddes - a publication for Bradford Museum obtainable from the library & TIC

CHALK & CHEESE Wiltshire’s rocks and their impact on the natural and cultural landscapes by Steve Hannath

HIDDEN DEPTHS Wiltshire's Geology & Landscapes by Isobel Geddes

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THE BUILDINGS OF WILTSHIRE is £5 plus £1.50 p&p:                                          email  stevehannath@talktalk.net         

 

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CHALK & CHEESE Wiltshire’s rocks and their impact on the natural and cultural landscapes by Steve Hannath

 

Chalk & Cheese is nearly 100 pages of full colour maps and illustrations. It explores the relationships between the rocks underground and aspects of Wiltshire life such as the Natural Landscapes, Prehistory, Vegetation & Farming, Vernacular Architecture, Settlement Patterns & Routes, Extractive Industries and Water Resources. It is not a book on the geology of Wiltshire per se but rather one for the general reader interested in what underpins the environment of this beautiful county.
CHALK & CHEESE may be purchased for £7.50 from the author  and                                                                              THE BUILDINGS OF WILTSHIRE is £5 plus £1.50 p&p:                                              email  stevehannath@talktalk.net         

 


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