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September 2017 Edition.
Below are links to PDF's containing issues of Bits-and-Bytes
produced by none other than Adrian Turner, so enjoy !
Please note the next Stevenage reunion is on the
3rd of Octber ( first Tuesday in the month ).
The Bits and Bytes PDF will be updated but this
entry placed here to alert you all to the correction.
The next Kent retired ENGINEER's meetup date is on Thursday, August the 3rd 2017,
at The Moat meetup time is 12:30 onwards.
The other proposed 2017 dates are :- June 1st, August 3rd and December the 7th.
Don't forget the 18th October 2017 at
just down from Holborn tube, London,
12:00 hrs on, for the LONDON PENSIONERS' meeting
PLEASE NOTE:- The meeting on the 19th April was a memorial gathering
in memory of Bill (Robin) Williams). Well done to all that
The next agreed MODMOB meeting date will be on Thursday the
14th of September.
Venue Change =
A change of location as we have decided to move back to
the Moon on the Mall Hostelry, in Whtehall just down
from Trafalgar Square, about 12:00 hrs onwards,
so come along and say
Anyone who is retired or active and wishes to meet up with individuals
who worked anywhere on MOD contracts or in the group are welcome.
Lots of people worked in CHOTS as well as in the main MOD team and all
are welcome, security clearance not required, just bring a smile.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
for enquiries and one of us will get back to you, and we hope to
publish more meeting dates soon.
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