Setting up a new group
In theory an interest group can be formed whenever 2 or 3 members share an interest. In practice some groups will need more members just to function, or share the costs of hiring a room or equipment.
Every group needs:
- Someone willing to get the group up and running (Coordinator)
- Somewhere to meet. This is often a member’s home for smaller groups, or a hall for larger groups.
- Enthusiasm from the members
What you don’t need:
- Advanced expertise or teaching experience or qualifications.
Please contact the %Interest Groups Coordinator% for advice and help in setting up a group or in person at the monthly meeting.