Recent news

Several hundred conchological books, offprints, periodicals, and miscellaneous conchological items which remain unsold from previous postal auctions on sale.

Here are the next two Society meetings (indoor and outdoor)!

The Guardian ran a UK invertebrate of the year competition and the winner is....

Professor Robert Cameron is inviting bids for a large number of 'Lots'. Any money raised will be donated to either the Conchological Society or to Sorby Natural History Society. This is a rare opportunity to bid for an extensive range of conchological material. Click through to find out more!

Reports from Society Officers are available here ahead of the AGM which will take place on Saturday 20th April 2024.

Volume 45 of the Journal of Conchology, began publication in March with a new look and full online-only publication. Articles will be published immediately as they become ready. 

For those interested in some historical ConchSoc documents, why not put the kettle on and spend a little downtime paging through some early outreach papers put together by some truly dedicated researchers such as the wonderful and much missed, Stella Turk.

Research Grants are available, but the closing date for applications is getting near (1st November 2023). Got a good project that needs some support? Read the Research Grants page now!

Reports from Society Officers were made available for the AGM which took place on Saturday 15th April 2023.

To further the objectives of the Society from 2023 the Journal of Conchology will be a fully Open Access Journal and from 2024 it will be digital only.