The

Heart of England

Astronomical Society

Founded 1988

The HOEAS is a member of the Federation of Astronomical Societies and is affiliated to the British Astronomical Association

The Heart of England Astronomical Society meet every Thursday evening throughout the year from 9pm onwards, at the 'Old Exchange' meeting rooms in the village of Furnace End, North Warwickshire.

The last Thursday of the month from September to May is reserved for formal meetings - either guest speakers or HoEAS members (see Programme). These meetings start at 8.30pm, with the rooms open from 7.45pm.


Thursday October 28th, 2021

The Roy Cooper Memorial Lecture

Dr. Katie Joy (University of Manchester)

The Lost Meteorites of Antarctica - hunting for space rocks at the South pole of the Earth.

8:30pm start. Zoom waiting room open from 8:00pm

(Speakers and meeting dates/times are subject to change)

***** Covid-19 *****

The Old Exchange Meeting Rooms are now closed for informal Thursday meetings during the Autumn/Winter period.

These arrangements may however change at short notice.

Formal meetings for the 2021-22 session will continue on Zoom until the end of 2021 at the earliest.

Last updated October 13th 2021