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Meetings are on the Saturday closest to the new moon. With the lighter evenings in the summer months we do try to have a speaker in.
Non club members are very welcome to join us on any of the club meetings. If you are just starting out on this hobby and have no telescope you are very free to use members telescopes.
There is a small charge per Person of £3. However on nights with a speaker a charge of £5 is asked.
Tea/Coffee and Biscuits are provided within that price.
Doors open 7.30.
Please check our FB page for any late changes on the day .
On Observing nights we still meet at the hall.
Getting outside for some observing at the back of the hall
or up at badger Farm is always an option after a talk as taken place.
Badger farm viewing site safety Advice
Please be aware that Badger Farm our observing site is a grassed gently sloping area but also with some small holes and bumps Ect so a little more uneven under foot in places and of course Dark. Do bring a red light to help see where you are placing your feet. Importantly for your own safety wear suitable stout footwear with good ankle support and good warm clothing it can get very cold being exposed as the viewing area is.
For use during the viewing session lights should be Red to
to save effecting night vision
Feb 18th. - Viewing session.
Mar 18th - "
Apl 15th - "
May 20th - Dr Julian Onions - Black Holes ( are they really that bad ? ).
June 17th - TBA
July 15th. - "
Aug 19th. - "
sept 16th - "
Scamblesby Village Hall,
Lincolnshire, LN11 9XF.
Badger Farm, Asterby Lane, Asterby, Nr Louth,
Moon Rise at Badger Farm
Badger Farm Address using the what 3 words App
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