The HOEAS is a member of the Federation of Astronomical Societies
and 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.
External meetings are also held at Kingsbury Water Park, usually in the Spring, and the Tame Valley Wetlands Project in the Autumn. Please check events page for further details.
Our next formal meeting is...
'Observing the Moon'
Prof. Bill Leatherbarrow
(Director BAA Lunar Section)
Thursday February 23rd 2017
The Old Exchange Meeting Rooms, Furnace End - 8.30pm (Doors open 7.45pm)
(Speakers and meeting dates/times are subject to change)
An evening of Astronomy at Kingsbury Water Park. Friday March 31st 2017
Ticket only for non members. Please contact the Water Park for further details.
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