North Cotswold

Engineering

Leader - David Dunbar and Penny Valender

Contact - David Dunbar by e-mail via the message box on the right

Venue - at the Childswickham Village Hall

When - 4th Friday during Winter (August - March) meetings are from p.m.2.00 to 4.00 pm During the Spring and Summer (April - July) a.m.,the meeting is replaced by outings to places of interest. We operate a car sharing scheme

Subscriptions - £12.00 per annum. Each member pays his/her entrance fee at museums etc.

New members are always welcome.

Our Objectives and activities are to expanding the knowledge of members in matters pertaining to every aspect of engineering and transport development.

The social aspect of our gatherings is very important. We have a lunch in a local hostelry twice a year.

The links on this page are to some of the recent locations we have or will be visiting in the near future.

The following is a brief overview of our coming programme of talks and visits for the year, so if they are of interest please come along you will be most welcome.

2021

24th September - the first meeting of the year - Details to be confirmed

More Group Pages
Art Appreciation Curling Discussion/ Debating Effortless Entertaining
Engineering Exploring Music Food & Cookery French conversation
Gardening Golf Croquet Hand Bells Historic Churches
History Mahjong Opera Appreciation Photography
Reading for Pleasure Recorder Consort Science Scottish Country Dancing
Singers Skittles Sunday Lunch Club Table Tennis
Touch Tennis Ukulele Walkers - Medium Walks - 6 to 11 miles
Walks - Five Milers Walks - Nature Rambles
More Group Pages
Art Appreciation Curling
Discussion/ Debating Effortless Entertaining
Engineering Exploring Music
Food & Cookery French conversation
Gardening Golf Croquet
Hand Bells Historic Churches
History Mahjong
Opera Appreciation Photography
Reading for Pleasure Recorder Consort
Science Scottish Country Dancing
Singers Skittles
Sunday Lunch Club Table Tennis
Touch Tennis Ukulele
Walkers - Medium Walks - 6 to 11 miles
Walks - Five Milers Walks - Nature Rambles