There will be some form of afternoon activity, then some refreshments at about 17:00, then a slightly more formal presentation in the evening, starting about 18:00. Those who are not free for the whole period would be welcome for just the afternoon or the evening. The details of the program are TBA. I have a couple of good possibilities for speakers and a possibility of a visit to a local marine research establishment, but if none of these possibilities come to fruition we will fall back on contributions from attendees in the same way that the AYRS meetings at Thorpe have mostly been conducted. I can say that we have never had any difficulty finding things to talk about at these meetings, it has been more of a difficulty to bring the discussions to a close before bedtime!
Contact John Perry - 01752863730(L) 07729334325(M) email@example.com for more information
Contact: Norman Phillips email: firstname.lastname@example.org; tel: 01737 212912.
IF there is enough interest, we will organise a sailing meeting on the Norfolk Broads in late-May again.
Email email@example.com if you would like this to happen and would come (with or without boat)
7th – 9th June 2013, Beale Park, Pangbourne near Reading, UK.
Open-air boat show with a number of boats available to try on the water. Includes the Cordless Canoe Challenge.
AYRS will be there again, selling publications. Contact: Fred Ball, tel: +44 1344 843690; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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