The Yorkshire Geological Society, founded in 1837, is an unincorporated membership society and a registered charity. It is governed by Officers and a Council (who serve as Trustees of the Society) elected annually in accordance with the Rules of the Society, which were last revised and updated on 8th October 2005, and with relevant charity law.

The Objects of the Society are to promote and record the results of research in Geology and its allied sciences, more especially in Yorkshire, by holding meetings for the reading of original papers and the delivery of public lectures, and by field meetings; to...

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