What's on in South Gloucestershire - South Gloucestershire Mines Research Group
The South Gloucestershire Mines Research Group (SGMRG) was set up by local people to understand, record and where appropriate preserve the remains, of what was once an extensive industry, for the present community and future generations. SGMRG is a voluntary organisation that relies on grants and donations from local people. Our membership is made up of archaeologists, surveyors, historians, engineers, cavers and those simply interested in finding more about what lies under their feet. We have regular meetings, walks and talks including the opportunity to get involved in exploration, archaeology and restoration work.
If you would like to join us, please visit our Membership page for further information.
Our talks are going back to face to face (not Zoom) and the next two are:
Wed 6 October David Hardwick 60 years of change in the Bristol Coalfield 1961 – 2021
Wed 1 Dec by Garry Atterton “Bedminster Coal - Blood Sweat & Tears
For more information visit sgmrg.co.uk/