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Nearby: Hillingdon

Overview

'We meet regularly throughout the year, providing a variety of opportunities for both formal and informal discussion of matters of mutual interest and concern. A Guest Speaker normally addresses a topic of interest. Meetings are usually followed by light refreshments and time for fellowship ... Entry Donations Requested.' (Alternate venues can be used.)

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'We meet from 7.45 pm for 8.00 until 10 pm every Monday night (with the exception of Bank Holidays) from September to June.'

Online Lectures & Talks
Category Hillingdon
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'Monthly meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month ... The talks start at 8:00 pm followed by any questions you may want to put to the speaker. The evening finishes with coffee and informal conversation.'

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'We hold meetings in the winter months when it can be cold and dark outside, these are held in our Carriage Shed. All meetings start promptly at 20.00 hours.'

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'We usually meet on the 3rd Thursday in every month (except August and December).'

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'Wednesday meetings are outdoor evening visits between May and September, and talks on the remaining months.'

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'The main society meeting takes place each Friday evening, commencing at 8 pm and lasting about two hours. During the winter months (October to March) a series of organised talks is arranged, but during the summer months these meetings are less formal and advantage is taken of the lighter summer evenings to carry out minor maintenance work about our site.'

Online Lectures & Talks
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'Meetings held on Mondays at 8 pm.'

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'The indoor meetings are held on the last Monday of the month from September to April with speakers covering a wide variety of subjects.'

Category Arts & Crafts
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'Quarterly meetings are held in London where members display examples of their work, share their experiences and attend lectures or demonstrations ... Object to encourage, develop and promote the study and practice of the art and science of Ornamental Turning. There are now more than 300 members world-wide ... Complex lathes started to be developed in about the 15th century when the nobility of Europe commissioned and collected the beautiful wood and ivory turnings made on them ... Following the French Revolution the centre of interest in this hobby transferred from France to England where it spread widely, not only among the aristocracy but later to the wealthy middle classes ... With the advent of the motorcar the hobby of ornamental turning was largely abandoned until 1948 when the Society of Ornamental Turners was formed.'

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'We meet every month (except August), (normally) alternating between Uxbridge and Harrow.'

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