Date: 14th May (end Week 3)
Join us for a walk along the stunning Jurassic Coast in Southern England. Designated as England’s first natural World Heritage Site in 2001, it has a rich variety of landscapes characterised by rocks along the coast that have been carved by the sea into bays, cliffs, beaches and arches. It is also a haven for Earth Sciences enthusiasts and fossil collectors with its geological history dating back to 185 million years ago. Must-see sights include Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door.
More info, pictures and contact information can be found on the trip poster.
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|Trip Organiser:||Natasha Ng, Jed|
|Leaders:||James, Danni, Thomas, Christian|
|Departure time & location:||8 am outside Trinity gates, Broad Street|
|Estimated return time:||Evening, ~9pm|
|Extra equipment:||Well worn-in walking boots, waterproofs, warm clothes|
|Lunch:||Participants need to take their own packed lunch.|