"Come to me, all who are weary and whose load is heavy - I will give you
rest." - Matthew 11-28
The Geology of Lindisfarne
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Northumberland
Wildlife Trust, Ian Jackson takes us with him through
Northumberland on 50 extraordinary, virtual journeys exploring
its rocky places...
Ian Jackson retired from his post as Operations Director of
the British Geological Survey - the organisation responsible for
producing the definitive geological maps of the UK. Between 1983
and 1994 he worked in Northumberland surveying the geology of a
block of the county between Rothbury and Newcastle.
Ian returned to settle back in Northumberland (near Bardon Mill)
Join with Ian in his journey into the pre-history of Lindisfarne
exploring the rocks and their influence on its history.
extend that journey throughout Northumberland...
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland TD15 2SE - United Kingdom