Thank you to all our speakers and everyone who joined in to make 2020, although different, a great success.  If you would like to watch some of the past talks or access further information and resources linked to those events, you can view them here.


We hope you will be able to join us for some events in 2021! Please see below the online events which we have coming up -


Tuesday 5th October

Time: 7.00pm - 8.30pm

This year's lecture, Maps, Mines, and Minerals: 25,000 Years of Bowland History, will be delivered by Dr Nick Riley MBE, C. Geol.

A history of the Forest of Bowland, from the melting of the last ice sheet through to the present day, demonstrating the interaction between people, landscape & geology across 25 millennia.

In 2003, Nick Riley was awarded an MBE "for services to UK geoscience".  More recently, he was awarded the John Phillips Medal, by the Yorkshire Geological Society for his "lifelong contributions to understanding the geology of Northern England". 

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult at all events (including online events).

Booking essential. Please email sandra.silk@lancashire.gov.uk 

The event is open to everyone and is free to attend but, this year particularly, donations to Slaidburn Archive and Champion Bowland will be gratefully received.