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The South East Group of the Geological Society provides a focus for Fellows of the Society, including professional and student geologists and geoscientists, within a large region - extending from London to the south coast, and from Guildford in the west to the east coast of Kent.

We aim to hold eight or so meetings each year, generally covering topics in the fields of engineering geology, hydrogeology and the geological aspects of environmental engineering. As such, we hold some joint meetings with specialist groups within the Society (e.g. the Engineering Group), as well as with the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and the regional technical group of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

All our meetings count towards continuing professional development (CPD). If you have any suggestions for topics you would like to see covered, or if you would be willing to present an evening lecture, please contact Sarah Cook

We hold a dedicated young geoscientist evening every September, alternating between a Chartership workshop and a young geoscientist competition. The Chartership evening is to assist members with the Chartership process, with the possibility of meeting scrutineers, recently chartered geologists and other members currently working towards Chartership. 

In addition to the evening meetings, we hold a number of daytime field meetings in the summer months at locations within the region.

If you would like more information about the Society, or the South East Regional Group, please feel free to contact our Chair or Secretary - details to the right. 

Social media photo competition

To help launch our new social media pages, the South East Regional Group is looking for some of your best photographs to showcase the wonderful world of geoscience in the South East of England.

Anyone can enter and there is no limit to the number of submissions. Entries can relate to any of the following three categories:

  • The beautiful South East (local/backyard geology)
  • Urban geoscience (geoscience and the built environment)
  • Holiday memories (geoscience on holiday)

To enter, please email your images together with your name, the category and a brief summary to hollie.fisher@atkinsglobal.com by midnight on Monday 31 August 2020.

For further details and terms and conditions, please download our photo competition poster.

Our events

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Committee

Chair

Hollie Fisher

Secretary

Sarah Cook
Leap Environmental 
Premier House
Burgess Hill
RH15 9LR

Treasurer

Jon Race
Southern Testing
Keeble House
Stuart Way
East Grinstead
RH19 4QA

The New CPD Scheme 2017

John Talbot gave a talk on 7 February 2017 on the Geological Society's new CPD Scheme to the South East Regional Group.

Any members who were unable to attend can find out more by watching the video of the presentation.