A stroll round Rouken Glen Park led by John Faithfull, looking at the varied rocks formed in Carboniferous times. These rocks, and the fossils they contain, let us reconstruct changing environments 325 million years ago, and were also an important part of the industrial revolution in Glasgow during the 19th century.
This event is part of Scotland’s first national Geoheritage Festival, which runs from 1-31 October 2017. The full programme for the festival can be found here.
Meet at the entrance to the boating pond at Davieland Road.