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Local Society: Rugby

'Through its meetings and its advice and information service, IFN, with its member bodies, helps make better known and understood the teachings, traditions and practices of the different faith communities in the UK and the pattern of their inter faith work and builds good relations between people of different faiths in the UK.'

Category Rail Transport

Formed in 1972. Aims are 'to provide a non profit making organisation to promote interest in all forms of railway knowledge and general transport both at home and abroad.' The Society 'runs its own series of talks annually, members still support many preservation groups, and the society has a successful modelling section'.

'The Society was founded in 2007. We have regular monthly meetings, usually with a guest speaker ... We hold also regular observing sessions in the autumn, winter and spring months.'

'Our Society meets every fortnight, 7:15pm for 7:30pm to approximately 9:00pm ... Visitors are very welcome to any of our meetings.'

'We are a small group based in the town of Rugby, Warwickshire. Our aim is to encourage and aid the study of Family History which extends to conducting research relating to Rugby & surrounding areas for Members resident outside the district. A comprehensive programme is arranged each year which includes a varied range of talks held monthly, interspersed with group visits to research establishments, social occasions and regular computer and project evenings.'

Category Rugby

Member of The Inter Faith Network for the UK Grouping

'The Society aims to promote and encourage interest in the local history of Stretton on Dunsmore and of history and archaeology in general. Meetings are normally held at 7.30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month in the village hall.'

Category Rugby

Member of The Arts Society - 8 West Midlands Grouping

'Warwickshire has eight Branch Associations, each with a programme of activities throughout the year. Honey bees are only active during the spring and summer, so the summer programme focuses on the apiary and the practical aspects of managing honey bees through the season. During the winter months each Branch arranges a programme of talks and demonstrations.'

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