NEW IN! Pyrite Stop is a proven method of treating and preventing pyrite oxidation in fossil collections. Learn more about pyrite decay in our educational articles!

Calendar Competition

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Charities we are supporting with our 2022 Charity Calendar

We are delighted to announce that we are supporting the following charities with our 2022 Charity Calendar. All profits will be split between the following organisations, and you get to choose which one to support (or all three!) when you purchase your calendar. It's been a tough couple of years for charities, and anything we can do to change that is for the better. We've chosen two very specific fossiler's charities, and Cancer Research UK who impact our understanding and treatment of cancer globally. 

The Etches Collection, Kimmeridge, UK

A unique, modern museum of amazing fossils - the marine life of Jurassic Dorset. Learn about life and death in the Kimmeridgian Seas 157 million years ago during the age of the dinosaurs. One of the most incredible museum collections in the world (in our opinion!). As a charitable trust, the museum relies upon the support and sponsorship of companies and private individuals. 

Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre, UK

Visit the Centre to see the amazing fossil collections and find out how to discover your own fossils on the beach. Admission to the Centre is FREE however as a small charity, your kind donations help keep the Centre open and educating. The CHCC welcome over 100,000 visitors a year and the Centre is your first stop to discovering the Jurassic Coast and it’s fossils. Anyone who has visited the Jurassic Coast in Dorset knows what an asset and central location the Charmouth  Heritage Centre is for local fossilers. 

Cancer Research UK

Thanks to supporters like you, the pioneering work of CRUK into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer has helped save millions of lives. Over the past 40 years survival has doubled, thanks to the great progress research has made. Find out more about how our research has already made a difference to patients and what we are funding right now.