Caterham & District

Science

When?First Monday of the month at 10 a.m.
Where?Members' homes (by arrangement)

We meet on a monthly basis with a variety of activities which include speakers, visits and members' choice sessions, when members present various topics of interest to the group which may then be discussed. We also try to let members know of any Scientific exhibitions and events they may wish to visit.

If you are interested in joining the group, or would like some more information, please use the click on logo to contact Patricia Barnard or Kay Singleton.

Our current programme is as follows:--

Dates for your Diary
Mon Feb 4th The History of Robotics, Prof Mark Witkowski. 10.30 am to 12.30 pm at Martin's
Mon Mar 4th The Forensics of Terrorism. Dave Tadd !0.30 am to 12.30 pm at Jim's
More Group Pages
Apple iPad/iPhone Art Badminton Badminton Beginners
Boules Canasta Cinema Craft
Croquet Cryptic Crosswords Current Affairs Dining
Engineering Family History First Aid French
Gardening Glee Tones History 1 History 2
Italian Conversation Knit and Natter Local Flora and Fauna London Discovery
Mah Jongg Mathematics Money Matters Music Appreciation
Photography Play Reading Practical PC Skills Psychology
Quilting and Patchwork Reading Recorder Science
Scrabble and Other Board Games Spanish Conversation Table Tennis Theatre Visits
Theatre Visits: Miller Centre Walking Wine Appreciation Winter Short Walks and Short Walks
More Group Pages
Apple iPad/iPhone Art
Badminton Badminton Beginners
Boules Canasta
Cinema Craft
Croquet Cryptic Crosswords
Current Affairs Dining
Engineering Family History
First Aid French
Gardening Glee Tones
History 1 History 2
Italian Conversation Knit and Natter
Local Flora and Fauna London Discovery
Mah Jongg Mathematics
Money Matters Music Appreciation
Photography Play Reading
Practical PC Skills Psychology
Quilting and Patchwork Reading
Recorder Science
Scrabble and Other Board Games Spanish Conversation
Table Tennis Theatre Visits
Theatre Visits: Miller Centre Walking
Wine Appreciation Winter Short Walks and Short Walks