Talk to explore the science behind the region’s geography

PUBLISHED: 09:10 12 October 2018

Diss Mere. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Diss Mere. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Copyright: Archant 2018

A talk next week will reveal the secrets of Diss Mere and other geographical features in the region.

‘Bones and Stones – Introducing geodiversity in the Waveney valley with Tim Holt-Wilson’ will explore the stories written into the physical landscape of the Waveney Valley by water.

Previously presented at the Fisher Theatre in Bungay in 2014.

Mr Holt-Wilson, who has worked in his field for more than 25 years, said: “The story of the Earth is the greatest on Earth. Much of my work is about telling that story.

“Most of my work is about environment and heritage in East Anglia, UK, with a focus on landscape, geology and museums.”

The talk will take place at Waveney Heritage Centre from 7.30pm-9pm on Wednesday, October 17. Tickets can be bought online at www.waveneyheritage.org/booking or 01379668285 for £5, or £4 for Waveney Heritage CIC members.

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