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UK Fossils was founded in 1998 under a personal Freeserve website out of a sheer passion held since early childhood by Alister Cruickshanks together with his father, Ian Cruickshanks. It quickly grew, and later was moved under its own domain name and server including a large number of network linked websites such as our Discussion Board, Search Geo and ES News sites. Although UK Fossils is a non-profit organisation, UKGE the retail and commercial arm was formed in the year 2000 to cover the huge and growing costs involved in running UK Fossils and it's associated networks. Our Deposits Magazine was launched a few years later.

Alister Cruickshanks
Alister Cruickshanks
Deposits Production Director
UK Fossils Founder/Owner
UKGE Director
Roy Bullard
Roy Bullard
Deposits Editor
UK Fossils Joint Owner
UKGE Director
Alison Cruickshanks
Alison Cruickshanks
Deposits Researche
UK Fossils Joint Owner
UKGE Administrator
Ian Cruickshanks
Ian Cruickshanks
UK Fossils Curator
Joe Shimmin
Joe Shimmin
UK Fossils Field Researcher
Craig Chapman
Craig Chapman
UK Fossils Researcber
joint head of UKAFH

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