Programme for 2023

Meetings in person: Please only attend if you have had a recent lateral flow test, or you do not believe you have been in contact with anyone with Covid in the previous 10 days. With regards to Covid, those attending meetings do so at their own risk.

Please note: On-line meetings will be virtual meetings only, not meetings in person. Due to limited Club resources, on-line meetings are mainly confined to Club members only.



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Jan 11th
(on-line)

‘Henri Jacot: a history of this famous carriage clock making family and their clocks’ by Leigh Extence

(meeting on Zoom only)

Feb 1st
(in person)

Bring & Discuss longcase clock movements, and Buy or Sell longcase movements, parts and books

March 1st
(in person)

‘The Graves and Memorials of Former Prominent Clockmakers’ by Jane Pedler.

April 5th
(in person)

‘The Cole Family of Clockmakers’ by Ron Rose.

May 3rd
(in person)

Bring & Discuss

June 7th
(in person)

‘Horology in travel journals’ by Peter de Clercq, Editor of Antiquarian Horology

July 5th
(in person)

‘A comparison of two early Tompion clocks’ by Duncan Greig.

August 2nd

Bring & Discuss: German Clocks

(to be confirmed whether meeting in person or on Zoom only)

September 6th
(in person)

‘The Watchmaking Evolution – 1960’s onward’ by Rob Peppiatt

October 4th
(in person)

‘English Table Clocks 1658 – 1840’ by Robert Wren

(to be confirmed)

November 1st
(in person)

Bring & Discuss and Buy or Sell: Carriage Clocks and other small clocks

December 6th
(in person)

Members’ Evening – AGM (15 minutes only) followed by Christmas Fayre with Bring & Buy