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Mineral ShowsOxford Show this Sunday (March 2014)

6th Mar 2014 23:58 GMTColleen Thomson Expert

Oxford Mineral Fossil Show

Exeter Hall, Kidlington,

north Oxford, OX5 1AB

Sunday 9 March 2014

Free Admission 10-30am - 4pm



The March show is the first big UK mineral and fossil show in 2014.

Exhibitors- Peter Lawrance, Ralph Sutcliffe, Nic Holland , Byron Blessed, Richard Tayler,

Colleen Thomson, Shaun Aldom, Mike Wood, Neil Hubbard, Ian Jones, Jo and Pete Lowes,

Sandra Trenor, Nick Eastwood, John Ridley, Chris Alabaster, John Lawson, Clive Minker,

Andy Castleton, John Morris, Christian Montabone, Mike Jefferies, Peter Briscoe, Richard Bell,Nick Schaffer, Davina Dryland, Mike Brooke, David Lancaster, Nick Carruth, Roland Thomas,Paul Nicholson, Gerald Lucy, Ed Loye Paul Lowe, Ross Whittaker, Jane & Alex.


The Oxford Mineral Fossil Shows (since 1993) take place five times each year and enable collectors to purchase top quality mineral and fossil specimens to add to their collections. The shows are organised by Lowestone.com and they provide an opportunity for collectors to meet and catch up with friends and their news. Books, maps, collecting equipment, mining lamps, microscopes are also offered by the specialist dealers who exhibit at the Shows.


The Shows are free to visitors after 10.30am (a charge of £2 is made for an earlier preview). Being free admission shows, family, friends and children are very welcome.

further show dates are:


Sunday, 11 May 2014

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Sunday, 14 Sept 2014

Sunday, 30 Nov 2014



I hope to catch up with some of you there. The sun will be shining and some of you have Tucson stories to share :-)

16th Apr 2014 08:26 BSTNolan Cork

Is there any mineral show elsewhere in UK? I live North East.

16th Apr 2014 18:47 BSTBecky Coulson Expert

Hi Nolan,

There are 2 NE England shows remaining this year - Newcastle Racecourse (July 5-6) and Harrogate Pavilions (August 16-17). Jolyon (on the other thread) is right, in that they are small shows and have some non-mineral things (beads, new-age stuff, etc.) included...but we are also in the northeast, and they are better than nothing! We always manage to find some interesting things, and there are a few good mineral dealers. The Harrogate show is the better of the two, with a few dealers coming up from the south.


If you can manage it, do try to get to Bakewell in October or Sussex in November - they are the best! By the way, there is a Northern Branch of the Russell Society that sponsors field trips during the warmer months - check out their website! (Members can go on field trips from other branches, too.)


Welcome to Mindat, Nolan! Becky
 
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