About the Welsh Stone Forum
The Welsh Stone Forum was created in 2003 to promote awareness and knowledge of the use of natural stone in Wales. Membership of the forum is open to all (see details below) and currently includes those working in the fields of conservation, heritage, planning, geology, architecture and masonry.
Meetings of the Forum provide an opportunity to exchange knowledge and enhance expertise in all matters relating to natural stone. Current activities of the Forum include regular field meetings to study buildings and their constituent stone. These sessions provide an informal opportunity to discuss building stone issues from different conservation, geological planning and architectural perspectives.
For enquiries reated to field meetings please contact:
Dr Tim Palmer (Secretary),
Institute of Earth Studies,
University of Wales,
SY 23 3DB
Joining the Welsh Stone Forum
For web-related enquiries please contact:
Dr Jana Horák,
Nature Sciences: Geology,
National Museum of Wales,
E-mail Jana Horák
All other queries should be directed to the Chairman
Dr John Davies
SA 44 4D
The Welsh Stone Forum is supported by:
Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales, the Countryside Council for Wales and Cadw.