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John Clark
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We're meeting to elect a steering committee & kick start this club on Monday 21st May 2007 at North Runcton Scout Hut, Chequers Lane, North Runcton (just off A10) at 8:00.[/b]
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This meeting happened, though we had to move it to a different location at the last minute. (Apologies if anyone missed us as a result.)

We have elected a committee, and will put together a programme of events starting in September. Interested parties can get in touch via this forum.
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First Public Meeting

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The first public event held by the West Norfolk Astronomy Society will be at Tottenhill & Wormegay Village Hall, which is PE33 0RS for those with sat navs, Multimap etc., or just off the A10 by the Dray & Horses for those who use more traditional means of navigation. There is car parking.

This site is very dark. The lights from the nearest town are well hidden by trees. The village of Tottenhill is tiny, and is the other side of a football pitch and of the village green.

Date: Monday 8 October. Time: 8:00 p.m.

Contact: John Clark, via this website.

If the weather is clear, we’ll have some telescopes out. You are welcome to bring your own. Otherwise we have two lectures planned, one on “What you can see with binocularsâ€
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