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Welcome to the Cleethorpes & District Astronomical Society, founded in 1969 and located at Beacon Hill Allotments, Cleethorpes. We have our own lecture room and observatory containing a 16 inch Newtonian/Cassegrain telescope as well as other smaller telescopes. Regular monthly meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month with invited speakers who give talks on a range of astronomical topics. We also run beginners' sessions from September to May once a month on Friday evenings which are open to everyone.

Notifications

The December Beginners' Session has changed to a special event, please note different start time and details below:

18:45–19:30 – Professor Brad Gibson, Director of the E.A. Milne Centre for Astrophysics, University of Hull & several of his students will talk to younger members of the Beginners' group and their parents about pursuing careers in astrophysics.

19:30–20:30 – He will give a talk entitled 'Are we alone in the universe?'. This will be followed by the usual tea break and a short session on stars and constellations to look for over Christmas and New Year.

People who have not previously been to the Beginners' sessions are very welcome. Young people under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. £2 / adult, £1 for children over 10 and children 10 or under FREE.


The new beginners’ sessions have started. They are open to anyone and you may join at any stage.

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