Crystals have been objects of mystery and fascination for the last two millennia: but people in general are unaware that much of the solid material around us is in fact made up from crystals, including all rocky planets. The importance of crystals lies not just in their beauty and their intrinsic value as
gem-stones, but in their practical applications that are at the centre of today’s technological society.
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Talk starts at 6.30 p.m. with tea and coffee available from 6pm.