Diary Dates of AOUG in the East Midlands (05)
Members from any area of Region 05 are able to attend any activities within the Region regardless of your local area and any family or friends may accompany you. Also welcome are any members, family or friends visiting from other Regions or Nations. Just give the Local Contact a ring first so that they are sure to offer you as warm welcome and always look for the copy of OMEGAS on a table or AOUG Backpacks, hats or umbrellas to identify the group.
2019 Diary Dates
Saturday 14th September. 11am
Meet at the café at Tapton Lock Visitor Centre, Lockoford Lane, Chesterfield A41 7JB, for the Canal Festival and enjoy a boat ride on part of the canal, originally designed by James Brindley, one of the first to be built in this country. Following the canal falling into disrepair, a Canal Partnership was established and gradually lengths of the canal are being restored to link up with the River Trent. Other activities will be available on the day. A small charge will apply to the boat ride.
Sunday 6th October. 11am
Meet at the Courtyard Tea Rooms at Gunby Hall and Gardens, Monksthorpe, near Spilsby PE23 5SS, for a day entitled by the owners (The National Trust) as `All things Apple`. The property was owned by the Massingberd family from 1700 to 1967 and was apparently visited often by Lord Tennyson.
Saturday 12th October. 11am
Meet in the Coffee House prior to enjoying the Derby Museum and Art Gallery, The Strand DE1 1BS. Handshake Event organised by Region 07.
Saturday 11th January 2020. 12noon
Meet in the restaurant area of the William IV public house, Brayford Wharf North, Lincoln LN1 1YX for a lunch to welcome in the New Year. Please let me know if you intend to come so that a suitable table can be arranged. Friends and family are very welcome at any of our events.
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